Apple doubles down on AR, eBay introduces three-day shipping
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More rumors are piling up that suggest Apple is getting serious about AR or Augmented Reality.
According toa report from Bloomberg, Apple is ready to add AR functionality to the next iPhone and has hired a large number of engineers to work on the tech Including some high level members of the Microsoft HoloLens and Oculus teams.
Ebay has announced they will offer a new guarantee delivery program 20 million products promising they'll arrive in three days or less.
Ebay users will be able to filter searches based on correct shipping as well.
If an items doesn't arrive in time, eBay and the seller will chip into refund shipping costs.
And finally, Super Mario Run will arrive on Android phones on March 23rd after three months of iOS exclusivity.
The game saw 40 million downloads on the Apple platform, but was only able to convert 5% of players to pay for the full versions.
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