Apple’s Vision Pro headset could be plagued by unoptimized apps at launch and ship with little more than windowed iPad versions

Apple's Vision Pro headset could be plagued by unoptimized apps at launch and ship with little more than windowed iPad versions 3

Apple’s Vision Pro headset is set to go up for preorder on January 19 for $3,499 after months of waiting. The headset was first announced at WWDC in June 2023 with a vague release window of early 2024. Now, we know that February 2 will be the big day, and we’re starting to learn more and more about what that launch will entail.

Apple is already working on getting its stores ready for the big launch and people will be able to try the headset on for the first time if they’d like to. When they do, they’ll likely have access to all of Apple’s first-party apps — all of those preinstalled on the Vision Pro — as well as a select collection of third-party software. But a new report suggests that we should perhaps temper our expectations for how good those Apple-built apps are going to be when we put the Vision Pro on for the first time.

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