Apple Vision Pro confusion reigns over which Macs can display their desktops in a spatial environment — here’s what Apple says

Apple Vision Pro confusion reigns over which Macs can display their desktops in a spatial environment — here's what Apple says 3

After months of waiting, it’s finally here. Vision Pro is on sale at Apple Stores across the United States and we’re continuing to learn more and more about the headset. Apple announced the spatial computer back in June of last year and then almost immediately went quiet. As we’ve gotten closer to today’s launch date we’ve started to hear more about the headset, what it can do, and how it works. But even as people spend more time with Apple’s new product there are still some questions and confusion, specifically surrounding one of its coolest features.

That feature is the ability to take a Mac’s desktop and throw it onto the Vision Pro, allowing it to be interacted with via a huge virtual display. That display is much, much larger than any Mac that Apple has ever shipped and users can use a keyboard and trackpad if they like, too. It seems like the perfect way to get some work done, especially if you’re normally restricted in terms of space. But while Apple’s promotional videos and photos all showed someone using a MacBook of some sort, we all assumed that the feature would work with all Macs.

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