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Apple Vision Pro launched in the US earlier this month on February 2nd and supports over 600 dedicated applications. It is the first mixed reality headset from the Cupertino-based tech giant. The spatial computer is equipped with the company’s EyeSight display technology, which consists of three layers and presents a 3D version of the user’s eyes with a stereoscopic effect. Apple executives announced that the AR/VR headset now supports more dedicated applications than previously available.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of marketing, said in a post on X (formerly Twitter) that there are now more than 1,000 spatial apps dedicated to Apple Vision Pro. The mixed reality headset is also compatible with over 1.5 million applications. At launch, the company said there were more than 600 apps and games optimized for Vision Pro.

Previously, a company called Victoria VR announced that it was developing a metaverse application for the Apple Vision Pro that aims to integrate Apple’s technology with its own to provide users with a life-like play experience. It is said to be equipped with surreal graphics to provide a more immersive opportunity for participation. According to the company, the app could be released by the second quarter of 2024.

Apple Vision Pro is powered by its own M2 chipset paired with the R1 chip. It features a dual micro OLED display with up to 100Hz refresh rate and runs VisionOS out of the box. The headset also supports AirPlay up to 1080p, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. The external battery pack connects to the headset via a cable providing up to 2 hours of battery life.

The Apple Vision Pro is priced starting at $3,499 (approximately Rs. 2.9 lakh) for the base 256GB option, while the 512GB and 1TB options are priced at $3,699 (approximately Rs. 3.07 lakh) and $3,899 (approximately Rs. 3.24 lakh) respectively. )no see.

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