Apple has introduced a brand new app in its WWDC event called Measure through which you can measure any real-world object just by using your iPhone’s camera and it is exactly what it sounds like. The Measure app uses Apple’s ARKit software technology.
At the WWDC event, Apple gave an exceptionally short demo on how it functions its Measure app, and it looks like to be genuinely simple to utilize. For instance, you can simply point your iPhone on any object then line up the dot on the screen to where you need your estimation to start and end, and you’ll get instantly result of your estimation. Oh by the way, through this Measure app you can also scan something like a photo’s object will give you the perfect dimensions of it.
The measure is not the first app but there are similar apps that already exist in the App Store (like Tape Measure, for instance). However, compare with the Tap Measure app Apple’s own Measure app seems to be a simpler and better option to do any measurement on any object.
At the event, Apple didn’t say about the new Measure application including whether it will be a default application or not, yet we can accept that it’ll be accessible once iOS 12 is discharged, in any case.