Apple has introduced Apple Vision Pro, a spatial computer that combines digital content with the physical world. The device features an ultra-high-re
Apple has introduced Apple Vision Pro, a spatial computer that combines digital content with the physical world. The device features an ultra-high-resolution display system, a three-dimensional user interface, and the world’s first spatial operating system called visionOS. Users can interact with digital content as if it’s physically present in their space using natural inputs such as their eyes, hands, and voice. Vision Pro offers new experiences for productivity, entertainment, capturing memories, and connecting with others. It has an all-new App Store, supports Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad, and enables immersive gaming and movie-watching experiences. The device is designed to be wearable and utilizes advanced materials for performance and wearability. Apple Vision Pro runs on Apple silicon and offers an all-day battery life when plugged in. It prioritizes privacy and security, with features like Optic ID for secure authentication and protection of user data. The device will be available starting at $3,499 and can be personalized at Apple Store locations.