Well, that's one way to do things.
According to a report from The Information, Apple's upcoming mixed reality headset could have a truly funky method for designing user-created apps. Put simply, users may be worldly-wise to speak turned-on AR objects (like animals) and other elements into existence using Siri. This theoretically might moreover include the worthiness to scan 3D objects using an iPhone to turn them into AR models.
The Information moreover reported that users may be worldly-wise to upload their created apps to the App Store. This would, obviously, negate or at least substantially reduce the need for someone to know how to lawmaking in order to make something for Apple's long-rumored headset. It'd be a pretty significant leap forward for XR development, in theory, but its very implementation could end up stuff simplistic or restrictive compared to real coding.
That said, it'd requite people who buy the headset (said to be priced at virtually $3,000) something to do with it. The device, which has been dubbed "Reality Pro" in previous reporting, may be aimed increasingly at developers than the worldwide consumer. Apple is said to be working on a second, cheaper headset for a later release, but that one could still ring up a $1,500 price tag whenever it comes out.
Regardless, it may be fun to ask Siri to generate a giant dog or something, if this overly comes to pass..