Apple has reportedly delayed a cheaper Vision Pro headset as its suppliers are struggling with the complex design of the current $3500 AR/VR headset.
The Vision Pro's optional top strap could help the headset fit more snugly on the wearer's head, and a new render shows how it might work.
Vision Pro has a speed limit to prevent car or train usage. It automatically hides VR content until you return to a safe speed.
Apple's visionOS software defines a 10x10-feet system boundary for virtual reality (VR). Step outside this safe box, and the Vision Pro automatically stops VR.
Some features that didn't make the cut for the first Vision Pro headset are reportedly still planned for the next iteration of Apple's spatial computer.
Travel Mode in visionOS boosts the experience of using Apple’s Vision Pro headset during airplane flights. Here’s how Travel Mode works and the features it restricts.
visionOS has a Guest User account allowing other people to use a Vision Pro headset without affecting the owner's settings, apps and private information.
Apple's new visionOS software platform provide stunning virtual worlds that you can immerse yourself in using the Environments feature on the Vision Pro headset.
Vision Pro, Apple's AR/VR headset, has required creativity from the company's executives to justify its eye-watering asking price of $3500 a pop.
A cheaper Apple headset might launch at the end of 2025. It's speculated to use lower-quality parts and kill features like 3D camera to keep the price down.
Apple hasn't shared any press photographs showing CEO Tim Cook or other executives wearing the Vision Pro headset in what's probably a deliberate move.
Learn about the Optic ID feature in visionOS, including how it securely unlocks Apple's Vision Pro mixed-reality headset and authenticates purchases.