Apple Vision Pro: Apple's glasses are here, and this is everything you need to know

Historic day for Apple, as the company just announced at WWDC 2023 their Apple Reality Pro, their first virtual and augmented reality glasses.

Apple Vision Pro


Mac in 1984, iPod in 2001, iPhone in 2007, iPad in 2010, and Apple Watch in 2015, these have been the 5 most important devices in Apple's history, and in 2023 we may have a new addition to this exclusive group. Apple has just unveiled their virtual and augmented reality glasses, Vision Pro, at WWDC 23, to revolutionize the market. This is their second new device of the day after the 15-inch MacBook Air.


Like the other five devices, Apple's Vision Pro isn't the first mixed reality glasses to hit the market. The Mac, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch were not the first either, but they came to change everything and show a better way of doing things. Discover everything you need to know about Apple's Vision Pro below.


Apple Vision Pro: Everything you need to know


Apple wants you to immerse yourself in a new world with their Vision Pro. A virtual space at your fingertips with endless possibilities. Apple has described them as a new step in personal technology.


If there's one thing that can be seen in Apple's presentation, it's how smooth the operating system seems to move, being able to resize and place new screens simply by moving our fingers.


Apple Vision Pro is controlled simply with our fingers, no other controller is necessary. You, your voice, your eyes, and your hands are all you need to control Apple's new glasses.


Apple Vision Pro introduces a new technology that Apple calls EyeSight. This technology is capable of showing your eyes to people nearby, as well as modifying the interface so you can see and interact with them without taking off your glasses.


All of Apple's apps have been adapted to the new Vision Pro, such as FaceTime, Safari, Messages, and any other app you have on your iPhone or iPad. The glasses are designed for both work and home enjoyment, capable of replacing an iPad or a Mac. They can even replace your TV by adding a huge screen to any location. They even allow you to view 3D content.


Apple Vision Pro is made mostly of glass, with an aluminum frame that features a button and a Digital Crown for control. Additionally, they are designed in a modular way to adapt to each user.


They have their own speaker compatible with Spatial Audio and two Zeiss lenses that magnetically adapt and can be changed depending on the user's prescription. The battery is external to lighten the device and can be carried in a pocket.


The screens of the Apple Vision Pro have an impressive quality where pixels are not visible in any way. There are more pixels in each of the screens than in a 4K TV.


They also feature 12 cameras and sensors, including infrared cameras and a LiDAR sensor. All controlled by the M2 chip and the R1 chip, specifically designed for Apple Vision Pro.


Apple Vision Pro is capable of analyzing your face and creating a completely realistic 3D virtual avatar that you can use in your Face ID video calls. Just by seeing the movement of your eyes and mouth, this avatar mimics exactly what you do.


In addition, Apple has created a new way of identifying us specifically for Apple Vision Pro, in addition to Touch ID and Face ID, we now have Optical ID. This new biometric identification method detects us by scanning the iris of our eyes.


Regarding the cost of the product, the price of Apple Vision Pro is $3,499 and will be available in the United States in 2024, with more countries being added throughout the year.





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