Apple Vision Pro launches with many built-in apps, which are optimized for spatial computing. Apple has developed several of its apps for Vision Pro that are familiar to iPhone, iPad, and Mac users. Launch titles seen in Apple's keynote include the following:
Apple touts the advanced technology and dense sensor array in Vision Pro making a completely hands-free interface possible. Users can control Vision Pro and navigate through apps thanks to eye-tracking, hand gestures, and voice controls. The experience is completely intuitive and effortless, with no physical peripherals required.
Apple's spatial computing platform, the Vision Pro is packed with sensors, cameras, processors, and advanced display technology. Apple has been careful to design the Vision Pro to be comfortable while in use. The device essentially straps to the user's head and surrounds the eyes and ears with an augmented reality experience.
Optic ID is the next generation biometric authentication system developed by Apple for its Apple Vision Pro headset. It uses personal iris patterns to authenticate users securely. With Optic ID, Apple seeks to enhance security and deliver improved convenience over its previous authentication technologies Touch ID and Face ID.
Apple Vision Pro utilizes micro-OLED technology to deliver incredible levels of detail to its spatial computing experience. The display system can overlay ultra-high-resolution output over the user's surroundings, making them look like part of reality.