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Apple Vision Pro is here! Apple's “spatial computing” headset has officially launched, and we've got all the details on the groundbreaking new device for both early adopters and those simply looking for more information as Apple takes its first step into what it believes will be is the future of computing.
While the launch of Apple Vision Pro was the biggest news of the week, it certainly , it wasn't the only topic that made waves as Apple continues to work on iOS 17.4, introducing a host of changes to how the app ecosystem will work in the European Union. We've received word that iOS 18, coming later this year, could be a major update. and much more, so read below to find out more!
Apple Vision Pro Release: “The Era of Spatial Computing Has Arrived”
After Years of Rumors, Apple Vision Pro Pro finally launched, at least in the US. The in-store launch began at 8:00 a.m. Friday, with pre-orders shipping the same day.
Apple shared a lot of information during the launch, and we've rounded it up. quite a lot, including an extensive list of some of the 600 native apps available for VisionOS at launch, details on how to let a guest try out your Vision Pro, tips for creating the best virtual character, accessories you can use with your Vision Pro and more other.
Hands-on with the Apple Vision Pro: Unboxing, Initial Thoughts and More
We took our own Vision Pro device and put together a lengthy video covering unboxing, setup and first impressions of the flagship device in Apple's latest product category.
Of course there are some amazing aspects to this aspect, but there are others as well. areas where the experience isn't ideal, so be sure to check out our initial review and stay tuned for more in-depth reporting as we spend more time on them.
Apple Unveils First public beta of iOS 17.4 with changes to the EU app ecosystem and much more
This week, Apple released the first public beta of iOS 17.4 with a long list of changes to the EU App Store, Safari, Wallet, etc. These changes are a result of Apple's compliance with new rules set to take effect next month under the Digital Markets Act.
iOS 17.4 will be released to all users in March and the changes will apply only to EU countries. We recently compiled all the changes into one handy list.
iOS 18 is potentially the “biggest” software update in iPhone history
iOS 18 is potentially being the “biggest” update software in iPhone history, according to information provided by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.
Gurman said he plans to share more details about specific iOS 18 features and changes planned in the future. , but we already know about two new features that should be included in the update, including RCS support in the Messages app and ChatGPT-style generative AI functionality for Siri.
Apple CarPlay next Generations These 8 New Apps Will Be Unveiled
Apple recently updated its website to confirm that the first US car models with next-generation CarPlay support will debut in 2024, but did not provide a more specific time frame or indicate , when exactly. availability will begin in other countries.
The first beta version of iOS 17.4 includes eight new CarPlay apps, including Auto Settings, Car Camera, Charging, Climate, ” Closing”, “Media”, “Tire Pressure” and “Trip”. .
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