Apple’s upcoming Vision Pro headset, set to be released in early 2024, will feature its dedicated app store. Similar to the launch of the iPad, the Vision Pro will have an app store specifically designed for the new visionOS platform.

Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of worldwide developer relations, announced that Vision Pro’s app store would provide users with various apps explicitly built for visionOS. Additionally, compatible iPad and iPhone apps will be available for download on the store.

Prescott expressed excitement about the innovative potential of the Vision Pro platform and the creative possibilities that developers will explore. Apple’s robust ecosystem of developers and apps has long been a driving force behind the popularity and success of its products.

The Vision Pro headset aims to revolutionize how users experience augmented reality (AR) and promises to deliver a groundbreaking platform for immersive content and applications. As the release date approaches, further updates and details about the app store and visionOS platform are expected to emerge.

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Stay tuned for the latest updates on Apple’s Vision Pro and its dedicated app store as Apple continues shaping AR technology’s future.


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