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The future of entertainment, Apple and the Africarare move

Speculations are that the virtual reality alongside augmented reality market is expected to reach $1.5 trillion by 2030 with African growth expected to reach 46 billion by 2030.

While Apple sets the pace in terms of the mixed reality in redefining the global entertainment landscape, Africarare is set to provide avenues for Africans to share their stories and creativity in a way that transcends traditional media.

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Over 475 million people are expected to be connected to mobile services by 2025 in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The future of entertainment

Let’s look at the future of entertainment where screens aren’t just the only frame for display.

A future where interactive experience blends the virtual and the real.

Looking at how Apple’s Oculus Vision Pro has been considered as a step forward in the sense of entertainment and the future of digital interaction, the Vision Pro aims to act as an example in the combination of both AR and VR.

Harmony in both the digital and the physical is the idea and in embracing Mixed reality over Virtual reality and Augmented reality, Apple is strategically positioning itself in the right space for the transition forward.

That space is calculating that the future of the human-computer lies in seamless, integrated experiences that neither isolate the user from the real world nor merely augment it but cater’s both.

Africarare, the mixed reality in Africa.

Africarare is on the same path to target a specific market with its’ centric approach and its embrace of 3D including mixed reality.

The power of storytelling remains and Africarare offers an alternative form of entertainment in creating a platform for the expression of African identity in the digital age.

At the core of Africarare’s strategy is its emphasis on mobile technology. With over 475 million people expected to be connected to mobile services by 2025 in Sub-Saharan Africa, Africarare’s focus on a mobile-centric approach is both strategic and insightful. It makes mixed reality experiences accessible to a broader audience, democratizing access to this groundbreaking form of entertainment.

What unites Apple and Africarare in their respective journeys in the shared philosophy that the future of entertainment is interactive, integrated and creates a seamless blend of digital and physical worlds through state-of-the-art tech and design.

It’s about leveraging mobile technology to bring the power of mixed reality to a new untapped audience while providing a platform for African creativity.

Both Apple and Africarare promise to be dominant forces, each in their own unique way.

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