Accessing the Control Center on Apple Vision Pro could be tricky initially. While wearing the Vision Pro, look up and you will see a small downward-facing appear on the screen. Tap your thumb and index finger and then select the Control Center icon from here. Moreover, you can also customize the Control Center on Vision Pro by visiting Settings>Control Center.
Several Vision Pro owners have reported a vertical hairline crack appearing in the front glass of their headsets.
All the reports mentioned that the crack became visible suddenly and for no obvious reason. Apple hasn't officially addressed this issue as a manufacturing or design flaw. The repair would cost you $300 with Apple Care, which could go up to $800 without Apple Care coverage.
Apple Vision Pro users have complained that it is quite heavy and uncomfortable to wear even with the Dual Loop band. Well, some users have come up with an Ingenious mod where they are using CPAP machine straps that are quite affordable.
According to Mark Gurman, Apple is probably at least 18 months away from launching a second-generation Vision Pro. Recently, several users have started returning their Vision Pro headsets. Some users find the headset heavy and difficult to manage, while others feel that it doesn't justify the huge $3500 price tag. The second generation of Vision Pro is expected to fix the common issues that users are having with the first one.
Apple released a visionOS 1.0.3 update for Vision Pro with an option to reset the forgotten password. Previously, there was no manual way to reset the Vision Pro passcode if you've forgotten it. A user had to take or ship the headset to the Apple Store to reset Vision Pro. With visionOS 1.0.3, if a user enters the incorrect password a certain number of times, they will see an option to erase the Vision Pro. Besides these sub-point updates, Apple is also testing visionOS 1.1 which will bring mobile device management support for using email, calendars, and contacts in the enterprise.
Right at the launch, Apple announced more than 600 new apps that are designed exclusively for Vision Pro. A native visionOS app can help you show off your incredible device in the most impressive way. We've listed the 10 cool Vision Pro apps, out of which, Jigspace, Sky Guide, and Juno grabbed the top three spots.
YouTube confirms that a dedicated Apple Vision Pro app is on the roadmap. Right now, you can only use YouTube on Safari or the Juno app to watch YouTube videos on Apple's Spatial Computer. However, they do not support the huge library of 360 and 3D YouTube videos. Apple spokesperson said that they are working on supporting WebXR content to allow Vision Pro users to watch YouTube VR videos on Safari. The exact launch of the YouTube app for Vision Pro isn't clear at the moment.
Apple has been caught off-guard by frustrated customers as there is no way to manually reset the device after forgetting the passcode. As revealed in a post on Apple Forum, the only way to reset the device after forgetting the passcode is to take it to Apple Store and get it reset from there.
Apple confirmed that "Vision Pro isn't compatible with Bluetooth mice". The mixed-reality headset is compatible with most Bluetooth keyboards made by Apple and third-party manufacturers, and also the Apple Magic Trackpad. Besides, Vision Pro is compatible with all the current models of AirPods and Beat headphones, all MFi controllers, and all MFi hearing devices.
Honkai Star Rail recently tweeted that the game's iOS app is coming to Apple Vision Pro on February 6,2024. This is also the release date of Honkai Star Rail version 2.0. HSR Version 2.0 appears to be one of the biggest updates since the release of the game, and having the game released on Apple Vision Pro on the same date will help both of them.
Moving beyond the excitement of the launch of Apple Vision Pro, the spotlight is on diverse alternatives offering unique feature and immersive experience. From gaming centric offerings Meta Quest 3 to enterprise -focused choices like the Magic Leap 2, each AR/VR headset or glasses presents a tapestry of possibilities for enthusiasts and professionals alike.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple Vision Pro achieved immediate success with an instant sell-out during the first pre-oder weekend. However concerns arises as shipping times remained unchanged 48 hours later unlike popular iPhone models. The report acknowledges Apple's ability to reach a shipment volume of 500,000 Apple Vision Pro but highlights the critical issue of sustaining demand growth over time.
Apple Vision Pro is set to launch in the US on February 2, 2024. However, those who do not want to visit the Apple Retail store can buy the headset online. Vision Pro will be available for pre-order starting January 19, 2024 onwards. You can pre-order Vision Pro from Apple's website or from Apple Store app. You will be asked to scan your face during the pre-order process, therefore, it is recommended that you keep an iPhone/iPad with Face ID nearby if you are pre-ordering Vision Pro using website.
In a recent press release, Apple reveals that the Vision Pro headset will come with Guest mode and Travel mode. Guest mode in Vision Pro will allow you to share the Vision Pro with your friends; the access will have a limited data exposure. On the other hand, the Travel mode will ensure stable visual when wearing Vision Pro while you are in a airplane.
With an in-depth 25-minute demo at Apple retail stores, the Cupertino tech giant aims to guide users through a meticulous fitting process and showcase the Vision Pro's features. The demo process covers personalized fittings, an immersive interface explanation, calibration exercises, and more.
Apple Vision Pro will be available starting February 2, 2024 at all Apple Retail stores in the US and the pre-orders for the Vision Pro headset will start from January 19, 2023 onwards. Additionally, Apple has revealed that the base variant of Vision Pro will have 256GB storage and there will be two band options - Solo Knit Band and Dual Loop Band.
In his weekly newsletter, Mark Gurman has unveiled that Apple Vision Pro launch date announcement is imminent and Apple could announce the launch date as soon as next week. Vision Pro headsets have already started shipping to warehouses across the US and will Apple retail outlets in time for launch by February 1, 2024. Also, Apple has shortlisted Canada, China, and UK as the next regions where Vision Pro will be launched.
Reports from the Chinese investor news website Wall Street Insights indicate that Apple's highly anticipated Vision Pro mixed reality headset could hit the market earlier than expected, contrary to earlier rumors suggesting a later release. As per the latest report, Apple Vision Pro launch date in the U.S. is January 27, 2024. However, this particular news website has unproven records for rumors when it comes to Apple.
In a recent development, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports that Apple has ramped up the production of its first-ever mixed reality headset, Vision Pro, and is planning for a launch by the end of February next year. The headset will be first available to U.S. buyers only, and it is very much possible that Apple will ask users to purchase the device in-store or pick up an online order from the store.
With the Apple Vision Pro headset gearing up for its release early next year, iOS 17.2 adds the support to record spatial videos for Vision Pro to iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max so you can create a library of special moments in advance to view them in 3D later on Vision Pro.
Apple Vision Pro is the mixed-reality headset that blends the digital world with the physical world. Claimed to be the world's first Spatial Computer by Apple, Vision Pro will launch in the US on February 2, 2024 with pre-orders beginning from January 19 onwards. Vision Pro is priced at $3,599 and the base variant will have 256GB of storage.