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Exploring the Details of Apple Vision Pro

  • Learn more about Apple Vision Pro through code sleuthing
  • Discover FaceTime limitations, Personas, Optic ID, and more
  • Explore the App Store, accessibility features, and more

Apple has released the VisionOS Beta 2 for developer testing, enabling code sleuths to learn more about the upcoming Apple Vision Pro headset. Thanks to this code dive, new details have emerged about FaceTime limits, Personas, Optic ID, an accessibility mode, and other user controls.

For Apple Vision Pro, FaceTime calls will only be able to show nine participants at a time in their large floating windows. Any other participants are still audible on the call but not visible. Personas are the 3D representation of the user’s face in the headset, which is seen by other users during FaceTime calls. Double-clicking a button, known as Optic ID, is used for making purchases, confirming settings changes, and connecting to a Mac.

Users can browse the App Store on their iPhone and install apps on the Apple Vision Pro headset. Additionally, there are a handful of interaction options and other tidbits about the device such as the hand pointer, an accessibility feature, and the ability to force quit an app by holding down the Digital Crown and Top Button. Finally, users can reset the eye or hand tracking by clicking the Top Button four times in a row.

Apple Vision Pro won’t be available for purchase until early 2024 at a cost of $3,499. Developers can start building apps for it now with the Xcode simulator, and developer kits are available via application.

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