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Apple has just revealed an exciting development for tech enthusiasts in the US – the imminent launch of the Vision Pro headset, set to be accompanied by a lineup of over 600 apps tailored to the capabilities of visionOS. This means users can expect a seamless and immersive experience right from the get-go.
The optimized apps cover a wide spectrum of interests, catering to entertainment, streaming, and sports enthusiasts alike. Big names such as Disney+, IMAX, Max, MLB, NBA, PGA TOUR Vision, and Red Bull TV are among the first to embrace the Vision Pro’s spatial design elements and immersive features. Soccer enthusiasts can dive into the action with a subscription to the MLS Season Pass, conveniently available through the Apple TV app.
Basketball fans, armed with the NBA app and a League Pass subscription, can revel in the Multiview feature, allowing them to watch up to five live or on-demand broadcasts simultaneously. Real-time stats and scores are just a glance away, offering a comprehensive and interactive viewing experience.
Beyond entertainment, a plethora of productivity and lifestyle apps have also been optimized for the Vision Pro. From Airmail to Zillow, and including Microsoft 365 staples like Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams, and Word, users can seamlessly integrate these apps into their daily routine, taking full advantage of the visionOS compatibility.
Gaming enthusiasts subscribed to Apple Arcade are in for a treat, with access to a host of optimized games for the Vision Pro. Super Fruit Ninja, LEGO Builder’s Journey, WHAT THE GOLF?, Cut the Rope 3, Jetpack Joyride 2, Patterned, Illustrated, Wylde Flowers, and more promise a captivating gaming experience on this cutting-edge device.
But the excitement doesn’t end there. Apple Vision Pro boasts compatibility with over one million iOS and iPadOS apps right out of the gate. While these apps may not be specifically optimized for visionOS, users can still enjoy their functionality with a more iPad-like appearance. Popular streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Paramount+, and Peacock, along with productivity apps such as Slack, Todoist, Comcast Xfinity, Sling TV, ESPN, and many more, will be readily accessible.
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