On June 6th, Apple officially entered the VR/MR field with Vision Pro. It can be said that the whole industry is looking forward to it, expecting it to subvert an industry again like Mac, iPod, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch.
It will have to wait and see how Vision Pro will experience, but it should be noted that it has three limitations:
First, Vision Pro's IPO market is only in the United States.Other countries and regions will not have to wait until the second half of the year, and it is not clear where they can land, and even in the United States, they can only be purchased through Apple's official website and Apple retail stores, and there are no other third-party channels.
Second, Vision Pro has a requirement on the age of users, not less than 13 years old.Which may be due to the security of using headers, Apple ID will be used later to authenticate the user
Third, it is also the most influential.If you wear glasses, whether near-sighted or far-sighted, you can't use them directly, because Vision Pro needs to accurately track the user's eye movements.
If you wear glasses, whether near-sighted or far-sighted, you can't use them directly, because Vision Pro needs to accurately track the user's eye movements.Users can separately buy magnetic prescription lenses provided by Zeiss and use them on the head display, but this obviously affects the convenience and comfort of use, and it is by no means cheap, and not all prescription lenses are supported.