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Apple's release of the Vision Pro headset marks its foray into the field of augmented reality, with hopes of revolutionizing how we engage with the internet.
"Not just on rectangular screens, but all around us."
Although early reviewers have complained about neck and eye fatigue, the success of the Vision Pro will depend on the development of headset-specific apps that provide new experiences to users.
"The much more important metric is whether developers create headset-specific apps over the next few years that unlock fundamentally new experiences for users."
Apple's Vision Pro launches with over 600 headset-specific apps, indicating a potential gold rush for developers similar to the early days of iPhone app development.
"The number of apps shows that developers are sensing that there's an opportunity for a gold rush like there was with the iPhone."