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Experience the future with the Apple Vision Pro headset


  • Apple’s Vision Pro spatial computing headset offers limited innovation and user autonomy.
  • Priced at $3,500, the headset allows users to experience spatial computing but is bulky and heavy.

In a recent testing of the Apple Vision Pro spatial computing headset, it was found that the device, priced at $3,500, offers little innovation and limited user autonomy. The headset, weighing between 21.2 to 22.9 ounces, features 12 cameras and six microphones that allow users to stay connected to the real world while using it. However, the bulky design and external battery pack make it uncomfortable to wear for extended periods, especially in hot weather.

Apple’s key innovation with the Vision Pro is its ability to display the real world while also providing access to apps and multimedia content. Despite its sleek design and high-quality audiovisual experience, the headset has limited app availability and lacks support from popular streaming services like Netflix and Max. With an estimated 200,000 units sold, early adopters have attracted attention on social media, with some users turning into memes for their unconventional use of the device.

Overall, the Apple Vision Pro spatial computing headset offers a glimpse into the future of technology, but its high price point and limited functionality may deter potential buyers.

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