Apple has released a new framework for developers that allows you to transform your iPhone into a pet tracking camera. According the documentation on Apple’s website developers can use motorized phone stands with pet-tracking functions to capture and track your pet while you are not at home.
Apple has noted that developers can accomplish this by using and a new framework named DockKit. This allows them to create “photos and videos” when an iPhone is mounted in a motorized stand. The Animal Body Pose API is a programming interface that allows developers to identify and track animals using the camera on your phone. It can also identify your pet’s position, such as if they are sitting, standing, or asking for food.
Apple will be able to go into more detail about all this in an upcoming session at its Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple will be able to go into greater detail in an session that is scheduled for its Worldwide Developers Conference.
Apple has bigger ambitions for how you can use your iPhone while docked. It’s also rolling out a new docking feature called StandBy, which turns your iPhone into a smart home-like display when it’s charging and tilted sideways. Apple’s ambitions are bigger than just using your iPhone docked. It’s launching a new docking option called StandBy that turns your iPhone’s display into one similar to a smart-home when it is charging.