In terms of active users, virtual reality is predicted to be as big as Netflix by 2022. That makes it all the more surprising that Apple — typically a trailblazer when it comes to digital imaging — has yet to add 360-video capabilities to its iPhones. For all of the features it’s packed into the iPhone XR and XS, it couldn’t squeeze in a spherical mode? Tsk tsk.
Fortunately, the Mashable Shop is here to pick up where Tim Cook left off. To quote Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter: Partner, let us upgrade you.
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