According to reports from TechCrunch, Qualcomm has launched an Augmented Reality SDK for iOS that also after launching the SDK for Android. Here, the latest launch of the SDK backs the iPhone 4, iPad 2 and the fourth generation iPod Touch. However, it seems that none of them have Snapdragon CPUs in them.
Folks check the video as what SDK can do:
Moreover, this new released backs Unity i.e. a WYSIWYG-style rapid game development tool, although the Android release does not back until a few months. There also a choice for developers to work in straight in Xcode if they are willing.