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Future iterations needed: Mark Gurman says Apple Vision Pro a ‘Preview of the Future’

Apple's Vision Pro headset is generating excitement, but Bloomberg's Mark Gurman highlights areas where it falls short. Concerns include weight, battery life, and the performance of its operating system.

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Apple's highly anticipated Apple Vision Pro headset has finally hit the market after months of speculation and hype. The product, which promises advanced mixed reality technology, has generated immense excitement reminiscent of the iPhone's debut. However, despite the buzz surrounding the Vision Pro, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman suggests that the headset may not yet live up to its full potential.

In his latest Power On newsletter report, Gurman acknowledges the impressive features of the Vision Pro but also points out several areas where it falls short. He notes that while the headset boasts a wide range of functionalities that could potentially replace the iPad for basic tasks, its ability to replace the iPhone remains questionable. Gurman highlights concerns about the device's weight, low battery life, and the performance of its VisionOS operating system.

According to Gurman, the Vision Pro feels more like a preview of the future rather than the future itself. He suggests that it will likely take several generations of improvements before the device reaches its ideal form. Gurman compares this gradual improvement process to Apple's approach with previous products like the iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad.

Despite its promising features, Gurman advises caution for potential buyers. He believes that significant enhancements are needed before the Vision Pro becomes a compelling investment at its current price point of $3,500. Gurman suggests that consumers may want to wait until future iterations address the device's shortcomings before making a purchase decision.

In conclusion, while the Apple Vision Pro headset represents a significant advancement in mixed reality technology, it still has room for improvement before it can fully deliver on its potential. With the guidance of feedback from users and experts like Gurman, Apple is expected to continue refining the Vision Pro in future iterations, aiming to eventually create a seamless and compelling user experience.

 

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Published: 12 Feb 2024, 02:26 PM IST
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