The LA Times has the story.  We’ve talked about our love of Augmented reality apps before, but according to the Mark Milian, the iPhone will only be allowing access to the necessary APIs to build these types of apps in iPhone OS3.1 which they anticipate for September…right about the time some new iPods should hit the scene.


The NY Subway app above (via Macrumors) is a clever (but somewhat unnecessary) use of the technology to find the nearest subway terminal. 

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