When Apple first unveiled its Vision Pro virtual and augmented reality headset, many were puzzled by the inclusion of a front-facing display screen. At first glance, it seemed like an odd design choice.
Apple's upcoming launch of their Vision Pro virtual and augmented reality headset may disrupt yet another market - live sports broadcasting.
With the upcoming launch of Apple's Vision Pro virtual and augmented reality headset, their growing partnership with Disney signals exciting possibilities for VR content creation.
The enterprise extended reality (XR) landscape is set to shift with Apple's recent announcement of their Vision Pro headset. While enterprise XR companies have found success providing virtual and augmented reality headsets to clients, Apple's entry into the market may disrupt the current model.
Apple have found success with it's Fitness+ service, but how will this translate to Apple's Vision Pro headset (AVP) when it's finally in the hand of consumers? Let's take a look.
The recent unveiling of Apple's Vision Pro headset has ignited excitement and speculation about its potential impact on the future of work. Hell, we no longer need our laptops or iPads!
The internet buzz surrounding Apple's new Vision Pro is still reverberating around the globe a week after the announcement. This seismic anomaly was so loud that something I was not expecting to happen, happened.