As Index reported, Apple's latest device, the Vision Pro, has been officially available in the US since February 2nd — but no one expected new buyers to be so obsessed with the new device.
In recent days, Company Somebody now You ski, drive or cook using virtual reality glasses.
The situation is absolutely fantastic and terrifying. It's great, because according to reports, Apple's device reproduces the outside world in the best way yet with built-in displays – the cameras' image is almost exactly identical to reality, and there is no noticeable lag.
However, many people forget that it can all be over in an instant.
As we wrote in our more detailed description of the Vision Pro, the device can be used in two ways: plugged in and achieving infinite operating time, or the portable battery can be placed in a pocket, thus obtaining approximately 2-4 hours of usage time.
As you can see in the screenshots below, Vision Pro users prefer the latter mode, however, running out of battery while skiing or driving can be fatal.
In this case, the wearer faces complete darkness.
A software bug, that is, a bug, could also be a problem: the image sent by the cameras could break at any time, which could also lead to accidents, although VisionOS, according to reports so far, is already working flawlessly. Below, you can see a man driving a Tesla wearing the Vision Pro:
Here, a young man from New York was caught using the new Apple device on the subway:
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