Apple announced Vision Pro yesterday, a mixed-reality headset that "seamlessly blends digital content with your physical space." I wonder about this product's adoption rate.
Cupertino's tech giant has previously redefined product categories and managed to educate the world on why they need them—think of browsing the internet on your iPad or iPhone in bed instead of sitting at your desk.
The device is pricey—north of three thousand dollars. Yet some argue it equals the cost of certain desktop setups if you think about buying a computer, monitor, and other peripherals. Vision Pro is everything you need. "Free your desktop. And your apps will follow." No display. No mouse. No keyboard. "You navigate simply by using your eyes, hands, and voice."
Apple coined the term visionOS to refer to their first spatial operating system, inviting us to an infinite canvas that transforms the way we work.1
I can't wait to try them out.
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