What that weird bump on the iPhone 8 means for enterprise users

News about the iPhone 8 and it’s weird design — one that features a strange vertical protrusion for the cameras on the upper left — spilled out today. In what looks like a fairly legitimate mock-up, there are two cameras next to each other, a sure sign that there will be some augmented reality on board.

AR has a better chance than VR in making a big splash in the enterprise. For starters, who wants to place VR goggles over your head during a conference call or meeting with the marketing team? It tends to isolate you, not to mention making you look like a cyborg. And, it’s mostly a consumer endeavor.

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from Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/3212213/mobile-wireless/what-that-weird-bump-on-the-iphone-8-means-for-enterprise-users.html#tk.rss_all



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