Apple unveiled its much-anticipated Vision Pro augmented reality headset at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
Apple claims that the Apple Vision Pro is the “first spatial computer” because of the seamless integration of digital and physical elements it enables. Apple claims that the AR headset’s intuitive inputs make it natural to engage with digital material via its visionOS, which generates an interactive, three-dimensional user interface. The 23 million pixels echoing from the microLED displays will make it seem as if you are really there.
Both the M2 and the R1 chipsets contribute to the Vision Pro’s processing power. Apple promises a smooth experience because to the incorporation of two SoCs. When it comes to communicating with people while using applications, users have access to FaceTime and an almost endless amount of screen real estate. The Vision Pro can launch not just media applications for viewing TV shows and movies, but also productivity apps. They can manipulate their surroundings by utilizing a Magic Keyboard or Magic Mouse.
Supporting a cutting-edge Spatial Audio system and Immersive Video with 180-degree high-resolution recordings, the two microLED panels may grow a digital screen that seems 100 feet side. The Vision Pro will also have 100 Apple Arcade games playable on its infinite display with support for gaming controllers.
Apple claims that they designed the Vision Pro with ease of use in mind. The AR headset’s glass seamlessly integrates into the frame made of aluminum alloy, while the Light Seal and Head Band provide a snug yet comfortable fit. The headset’s strap is also interchangeable, so you can match it to your other Apple devices. When someone comes up to you, the Vision Pro’s glass area makes your eyes plainly visible on the issue that you’re focusing on, allowing you to keep the conversation going and stay in touch. This feature is called EyeSight.
Apple Vision Pro was expected to cost about $3,000, but the firm has actually set the price at a staggering $3,499. Apple’s mixed-reality headset will be available for purchase in the United States and other countries in 2019, but the company has not provided a specific release date. Customers may try out Vision Pro and visionOS at authorized Apple Retail Stores to get a feel for the device and ask any questions they may have.