Today (February 2), Apple Vision Pro, the company's first foray into the headset market, was officially launched.
Featuring Apple's typically sleek design (and astronomical price), the Vision Pro is a bold move for the company, but one that was imprudent given its existing range across mobile, computing, and wearables. It's not a thing.
Although designed (and marketed) primarily as a consumer device, it's clear that Apple Vision Pro can offer many benefits to business and enterprise users as well. And several major companies have already jumped on the bandwagon and released accompanying apps.
First up is Microsoft 365. This is also known as the home for your favorite workplace apps. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and even Microsoft Teams are all available with Apple Vision Pro.
The headset aims to bring a range of new tools to Microsoft's apps, bringing video conferencing in Teams to a new virtual plane, as well as allowing you to focus more on your important Word documents.
According to Microsoft, this move will allow users to better visualize data such as charts in Excel spreadsheets and practice PowerPoint presentations before speaking in front of an audience.
All of these apps are backed by Microsoft's Copilot AI assistant, giving users a smarter and more intuitive way to access the files and information they need.
If you're looking for a slightly different approach to video conferencing, Zoom has also published an app for Apple Vision Pro, indicating that virtual meetings and calls will be a primary use case for the headset.
Zoom says its Apple Vision Pro app will help colleagues and co-workers in different locations feel closer together, improving collaboration and connection.
However, it also includes a number of new features designed specifically for Apple Vision Pro, including persona features that create a “real” representation of the user in a call, such as replicating faces and hand movements, and the ability to share 3D objects. will appear. Explain in more detail and give a new perspective on the item.
TeamViewer may be commonplace when it comes to remote IT support and updates, but the company is touting itself as taking a big step forward with the release of the TeamViewer Spatial Support app for Apple Vision Pro.
The app, currently in beta, allows users with an iPhone to work with a remote expert equipped with Apple Vision Pro who walks them through the steps needed to repair a broken or malfunctioning machine. I can.
The TeamViewer Spatial Support app leverages ARKit and the built-in LiDAR scanner to capture detailed 3D models of the devices you need support and share with remote experts for a synchronized 3D experience.
Online content storage service Box may seem like an unlikely partner for Apple Vision Pro, but the company says its apps offer users a variety of new ways to work with their files. They say they can provide it.
This includes a retailer using Apple Vision Pro to see how a window display will look to customers through Box's design suggestions, and a construction company virtually visiting a building site to see blueprints. Possible scenarios include using files and drawings to see what your project will look like. Progress images stored in Box.
Box also says that its apps use Siri's dictation tools along with hand-eye gestures to help you navigate within the app and track the files you want, then place them on your own “infinite desktop.” , it also says you can get a clearer view and better multitasking.