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Apple Releases visionOS SDK Beta 2

  • Apple releases a second version of the visionOS SDK
  • Developers can apply to receive the Vision Pro Developer Kit
  • visionOS allows devs to simulate the Vision Pro experience

Apple released the first version of the visionOS SDK back in June, and now it’s following that up with the second release. The company announced on its developer website today that visionOS 1 beta 2 is now available. This release follows Apple’s announcement on Monday that developers can now apply to receive the Vision Pro Developer Kit.

Through the visionOS SDK, developers can simulate the Vision Pro experience on their Mac. This means developers can visualize their apps in augmented reality without having the Vision Pro hardware itself. There are no details on what has changed in visionOS 1 beta 2, but some notable fixes and improvements are expected. Apple also says that developers can install the visionOS simulator runtime by using Xcode. Finally, labs for Vision Pro developers in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo will soon be offered.

In addition to the new visionOS beta, Apple has also released the fourth beta versions of iPadOS 17, tvOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS Sonoma.

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