Apple Inc is known for its exceptional iPhones, but its annual WWDC events are equally impressive. This year’s event exceeded expectations with exciting announcements and surprises.
One such was the newly launched VisionOS for its soon-to-be-created Vision Pro headsets.
VisionOS for Spatial Computing
While virtual reality (VR) headsets are not new in the tech industry, Apple Inc. has taken innovation to the next level by creating an entire operating system dedicated to supporting its seamless operation.
During the June 5th WWDC event, the renowned tech giant announced the VisionOS, which will be crucial in running its 2024 lineup of Vision Pro headsets.
This OS also introduces what the Apple team calls “spatial computing.”
Apple has unveiled an entire AR computer in a headset.
The Apple Vision Pro is the first major hardware launch for almost a decade.
And it seamlessly blends digital content with your physical space. pic.twitter.com/kBCO7eNlhl
— Noor Chopra (@noorg420) June 6, 2023
VisionOS is designed from the ground up just for its spatial computing. In simpler terms, the terminology is another phrase for augmented and virtual reality.
It also operates by integrating its core blocks with the MacOS and iOS and adds a real-time sub-ecosystem that helps the new OS process interactive details on the soon-to-launch Vision Pro headset.
Scheduled for launch in early 2024, the Vision Pro headset comes with a lighter taint of dark laminated glass made in a concave setup.
This allows users to view apps on a three-dimensional interface and at different scales.
Interestingly, VisionOS will also offer dynamic user interface (UI) lighting that will help it process scale and distance properly.
In addition, Vision Pro headset owners will be treated to a new software called EyeSight.
With this, users can easily signal to their friends or colleagues to let them know whether they are fully immersed in the spatial experience or just using the apps.
When a user casually surfs the 3D apps, their eyes will be visible on the curved display, making it easy for those outside to better interact with them.
As privacy and security are crucial to any OS setup, VisionOS allows users to access their unique contents via their iris.
The iPhone maker duly names this unique security apparatus Optic ID, which will give users complete control of their data and privacy.
The Apple Vision Pro is here.
Many companies have done this before but adoption was low.
A technology is only disruptive if there’s huge adoption by people.
And there’s only huge adoption if the marketing is great.
Apple made the marketing great and simple for everyone to… pic.twitter.com/sTKLj0K8h7
— Richard Ker (@richardker) June 6, 2023
The internet has been abuzz with the new release, with many people applauding Apple’s ingenious marketing style.
Developers’ Favorite Apps on Tap With Vision Pro Headset
Set for an early 2024 launch in the US market, the Vision Pro headset will put a sizable dent in the bank accounts of early adopters for a start.
The tech slaps its famous $3,499 price tag on the VR/AR headset.
However, the headset will provide a range of useful apps for developers and avid Apple product lovers.
It’s also important to note that the headset is incredibly technically impressive as well, somewhat making up for the high cost.
Some of the apps include Unity apps that will run seamlessly on the headset, Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Teams and Office and Zoom’s WebEx.
These offerings may make the financial investment worthwhile.
2007: 1.4 Million iPhones sold
2023: 1.4 Million iPhones sold every 2 days
Today: $AAPL announces Vision Pro for $3,500
Apple is pushing the boundaries of what technology can do & will change our interactions with tech just like iPhones did
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— Andrew Lokenauth (@FluentInFinance) June 6, 2023
What’s most exciting about the Vision Pro headset is not just the spatial experience it provides but the unique ecosystem it creates.
Apple Inc. states that the headset offers limitless possibilities for developers to explore.
Those familiar with frameworks like Xcode, SwiftUI, RealityKit, and ARKit will have an easier time creating immersive 3D spatial experiences for their users.
Many users seek a seamless experience in a 3D landscape, and Apple assures that the Vision Pro will deliver just that.
The company claims that its brand-new R1 chip can process inputs from cameras, sensors, microphones, streaming images, and apps in just 12 milliseconds, ensuring a lag-free, real-time view of the three-dimensional landscape.
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