Apple Vision Pro Features and Release date

    Apple Vision Pro WWDC 23

    Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is happening this week, that exciting time of year when Apple users are eager to know what’s next for their beloved devices, whether that’s iPhone or Mac or AirPods. This week, Apple has unveiled their new augmented reality (AR) platform, “Vision Pro”. It promises to change the landscape of virtual reality interaction.

    With Vision Pro, instead of just looking at a screen, you are looking through three-dimensional space. You’ll be able to see, hear, and interact with digital content just as you would in the physical world. You’ll be able to control it with natural gestures using your eyes, hands, and voice.

    Apple Vision Pro_3D Camera
    Source: Apple

    With Vision Pro you’ll be able to utilize your apps in any size you want and immerse yourself in images and videos. Spatial audio promises next-level streaming, while you can socialize and connect with people from afar as if you’re in the same room.

    Apple Vision Pro Design Specs

    WWDC 2023 Vision Pro
    Vision Pro. Source: Apple

    The following are the design specs for the new Vision Pro product:

    • Singular piece of three-dimensional polished laminated glass that acts as a lens.
    • It is composed of a wide array of cameras and sensors that will provide an unprecedented view of the world.
    • Seamless and light-weight frame with a button to capture photos.
    • Digital crown to use as a home button and for adjustment.
    • Custom aluminum alloy that gently curves to wrap around the face.
    • Uses soft textiles for comfort and wearability.
    • Has flexible straps that conform to the head.
    • Offers micro adjustments during usage.
    • Can be used all day when plugged in and up to 2 hours using its battery.
    • The battery can be connected via cable.
    • Uses Spatial Audio system.
    • Uses Apple Silicon with dual-chip design.

    Apple Vision will release with the hefty price tag of $3,499. The general availability is set for early next year — though there’s no concrete release date at present. Stay tuned for more WWDC news as it arises!

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