Apple Vision Pro demonstration journalists working on articles for both Engadget and The Verge have been given the opportunity to try out the new Apple Vision Pro headset. They have shared their initial hands-on experiences and impressions ahead of the device’s official launch. The articles provide insight into various aspects of the device, including its comfort, user interface, and overall user experience.
Engadget’s Dana Wollman and Cherlynn Low wrote about their experiences with the Apple Vision Pro. They detailed the fit of the headset, with Low describing feeling “weighed down” and experiencing discomfort, while Wollman compared the fitting process to an optometrist’s visit. They also discussed the new typing experience with the floating keyboard and shared their thoughts on immersive video and Spatial Video clips.
The Verge’s Victoria Song also provided a demonstration of the Apple Vision Pro and shared her impressions of the device. She noted similarities between the headset’s setup and that of other VR headsets, as well as the clunkiness of the virtual keyboard. Song also highlighted the device’s high-resolution display and its external EyeSight display system.
Overall, both articles offer a comprehensive look at the Apple Vision Pro ahead of its release, providing potential customers with valuable information about what to expect from the new headset.