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Apple is gearing up for the much-anticipated launch of its Vision Pro on February 2, and the excitement doesn’t stop there. The tech giant has officially introduced the Vision Pro App Store, providing a sneak peek into the immersive world of possibilities that await users.
With the Vision Pro App Store now live, developers can get a head start in tailoring their apps for Vision Pro compatibility. Soon, iOS App Store listings will include information on Vision Pro compatibility, opening up a new frontier for app developers to showcase their creations.
For developers, the launch of the Vision Pro App Store means they can release apps designed specifically for the Vision Pro headset. Moreover, existing iOS apps can seamlessly transition to Vision Pro, requiring no extra effort on the part of the developer. This ensures a wide array of apps will be available, ranging from those optimized for the Vision Pro’s capabilities to iOS apps running in a 2D mode on the device.
While consumers eagerly await access to the Vision Pro headset, fortunate reviewers with early access will be able to explore third-party apps tailored for the device. The Vision Pro App Store is set to house an array of apps, providing a glimpse into the headset’s potential before its official launch on February 2.
Developers have the option to port their existing apps to Vision Pro effortlessly. This flexibility ensures that a majority of apps will be accessible in some capacity on the Vision Pro, offering users a diverse and engaging experience.
Excitement is building, and pre-orders for the Vision Pro begin this Friday at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Given the anticipated demand, securing your unit promptly is advisable, as units are likely to sell out quickly. The official launch is scheduled for Friday, February 2, just two weeks after the pre-order window.
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