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“Apple Vision Pro: Unleashing Games, Software, and Streaming Service on the Premier Mixed Reality Headset”

The world’s first spatial operating system, Vision OS is integrated in new Apple Vision Pro, a device for spatial computing. By which users can communicate by utilizing their voice, hands, and eyes.

Unlock the potential of Apple Vision Pro.

Apple has unveiled the Apple Vision Pro, a spatial computing device that operates on VisionOS, the world’s first spatial operating system. This device allows users to interact with it using their eyes, hands, and voice. So, what can you do with the Apple Vision Pro?

To make the most of this $3,499 device, Apple has planned to offer a wide range of content to the headset, including games, collaborative software, and movies/shows.

The device is positioned as a gaming platform and will include titles from Apple Arcade, and users will have access to over 100 games from Apple Arcade.

Although there was little mention of existing virtual reality (VR) games being upgraded for the spatial experience, users can enjoy games like NBA 2K23 using controllers.

Additionally, Apple invited the CEO of Disney CEO, Bob Iger, to announce the availability of the Disney Plus streaming service on the Vision Pro headset when it debuts next year. It will offer an immersive viewing experience, with some comparing it to a screen that feels 100 feet wide.

Users can explore virtual reality environments while watching Disney content, including traveling to different locations featured in shows like The Mandalorian. Disney shows, and movies may also add additional information to enhance the experience.

Apple showcased the productivity features of the Vision Pro headset by demonstrating that it will support Microsoft 365 apps such as Word, Excel, and Microsoft Teams.

Users can access and control these apps using their eyes, providing a hands-free experience. The headset will also introduce 3D personas, created using machine learning, which allows users to virtually display their faces during video calls while wearing the headset.