CUPERTINO, California — Apple rolled out three entirely new devices on Wednesday with the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. In addition to its new phone lines, the world’s leader in tech, introduced redesigned Apple watches and new features for Homepod.
The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR are will feature faster and more advanced Face ID – A12 Bionic, the smartest and most powerful chip ever in a smartphone. A breakthrough camera system with Portrait mode and new software-enhanced, adjustable depth of field and much more.
Using its star power, Apple brought out NBA Hall of Famer, Steve Nash, to promote his all-new basketball app HomeCourt, a basketball training app that allows you to record and track your shooting.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Rohan Nadkarni, Steve Nash described the app. and its innovation for today’s basketball player.
“If you love basketball and want to be the best you can be, you want every advantage possible,” Nash told The Crossover. “When I saw the demo, it made me go back to when I was a player at any level, when I was starting out or even a pro, I would love to have had a simple application to give me this feedback.
“There are times in your career where you can fool yourself into thinking everything is great, and you realize after a summer you’re not performing the way you should be. That’s how I relate it to my experience and how I would’ve used it.”
“I had nothing like this,” Nash said of his playing days. “I didn’t have any real perspective if my training was well thought out or imagined, or if I was really improving or refining my technique. Now you have a chance of getting closer to the truth.”
— AR & VR in Sport (@ARVRinSport) 12 september 2018