‘So many demos and claims’: Apple's virtual reality headset ‘Vision Pro’ left social media confused
Apple's upcoming headset 'Vision Pro' promises to change how people work and enhance media consumption. However, social media users have raised questions about its performance. The headset will be released early next year.
Apple's new headset ‘Vision Pro’ has left social media perplexed. The product will not be released until early next year, hence, people are only talking about the speculative information available on the internet.
The design of Apple Vision Pro has also caught attention with another YouTuber Nathie commenting “Apple just went full Ready Player One".
“Vision Pro can transform any room into your own personal theater. Expand your movies, shows, and games up to the perfect size while feeling like you’re part of the action with Spatial Audio," Apple claimed on its website.
“And with more pixels than a 4K TV for each eye, you can enjoy stunning content wherever you are — whether that’s a long flight or the couch at home," it added.
It stated that Vision Pro is Apple's first 3D camera which can capture magical spatial photos and videos in 3D to relive cherished moments like never before with immersive Spatial Audio.
Aaron Levie, another social media user said, “Just got to try Apple Vision. Definitely wild. Hand and eye tracking is basically perfect, instantly understandable UX, the graphics are incredible, and the setup was seconds. For a first edition product this is a very good starting place."
Apple also claimed that Vision Pro makes it easy to collaborate and connect wherever you are.
“FaceTime video tiles are life-size, and as new people join, the call simply expands in your room. Within FaceTime, you can also use apps to collaborate with colleagues on the same documents simultaneously," the company stated.
“Built on the foundation of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS, visionOS enables powerful spatial experiences. Control Vision Pro with your eyes, hands, and voice — interactions feel intuitive and magical. Simply look at an element, tap your fingers together to select, and use the virtual keyboard or dictation to type," it added.
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