In the UK, for example, people buy oranges in bulk quite regularly and they buy bananas at least once a week. And this trend is expected to continue for quite some time.
A person who buys a whole box of oranges on a daily basis may not have much choice in terms of fresh fruits available over there – they can only choose between apples and pears. However, it seems that Apple is trying to address this problem with its Apple Watch series 2 Friday June 16 “Health & Fitness” event where it revealed an augmented reality feature called ARKit which will allow the iPhone users to create their own AR-based personal fitness tracker that resembles a wearable fruit on their wrist. The feature has been created by Apple engineers and requires iOS 10.
Fruits are an important part of our daily lives. We need them to stay healthy and we often choose which ones we like. However, if you have never tasted the specific fruit before then it is not easy for you to know the benefits of that particular fruit.
Once they have bought the product, they would be able to register it with their credit card just by using voice recognition technology. And afterwards, all the fruits that customer has ordered would be delivered straight to their doorstep at once without having to go through any paperwork or waiting for a long period of time.
“Fruits” can be hard to identify and buy. When you have a bunch of fruits in your cart, it’s easy to forget which ones you need, what are the names of the different fruits, or how many you need for a recipe or a meal.