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Apple CEO Tim Cook on why Vision Pro is one of life’s ‘a-ha’ moments

by Amelia Ramiro

Earlier this year, at the WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple launched its first spatial computing device, the Vision Pro. Since then, there has been a great deal of excitement and anticipation surrounding the product. While Apple has announced that the Vision Pro will initially be available only in the US, developers from around the world have been eagerly working on creating apps for it. Apple CEO Tim Cook recently revealed that he has been using the Vision Pro regularly and even finished watching the third season of Apple TV+’s popular show, Ted Lasso, on the device. In a recent interview with The Independent, Cook shed further light on Apple’s spatial computing device, suggesting that it could usher in a new era of computing.

Cook believes that the Vision Pro could potentially change the way people communicate and work, much like the iPhone did when it was first released in 2007. He stated that the Vision Pro has become a part of his daily routine and sees it as a potentially “industry-defining” product. Cook emphasized that there are significant differences in perception when individuals have simply read about the device versus actually trying it. He stated, “I believe even more about how profound spatial computing is. When you’ve tried it, it’s an aha moment, and you only have a few of those in a lifetime.”

Although the Vision Pro is still in development, it has the potential to be a revolutionary device that will transform the way we interact with computers and the world around us. The Vision Pro features an ultra-high-resolution display system with 23 million pixels across two displays. It also boasts a brand-new R1 chip that provides a real-time view of the world, along with an advanced Spatial Audio system that offers an immersive sound experience.

Apple’s Vision Pro has generated considerable excitement within the tech industry, and with the device set to debut next year in the US, anticipation is mounting. Developers are already working tirelessly to create innovative apps for this pioneering spatial computing device. As we look towards the future, the Vision Pro could very well mark the beginning of a new era in computing, revolutionizing the way we interact with technology and expanding the boundaries of what is possible.

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