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Apple Vision Pro 2 Development Said to Have Been Suspended Due to Poor Sales Performance

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple’s first-generation Vision Pro was an astonishing device, offering breathtaking video passthrough engineering in combination with powerful computing power in an extremely small wearable package.

VisionOS leverages developer frameworks from iOS and iPadOS so users can take advantage of existing apps using an innovative input system controlled by their eyes, hands and voice.

Apple’s Vision Pro VR/AR headset is among the most advanced products on the market, yet many cannot afford its prohibitively high price point. According to reports out of Cupertino, development efforts may be reduced and focused instead on creating an accessible model instead.Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple Vision Pro delivers an extraordinary immersive experience perfect for both work and play, featuring MicroOLED displays measuring only 7.5 micrometers across and featuring 23 million tiny pixels arranged in an S-stripe pattern. In addition, its innovative I/O system facilitates hands-free navigation as well as interaction among apps.Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Vision Pro operates on visionOS, an immersive spatial computing experience created from decades of engineering innovations from macOS, iOS and iPadOS into one streamlined spatial computing environment. Users gain access to key productivity applications like Fantastical, Freeform JigSpace Slack as well as powerful Mac capabilities like Mac Virtual Display that make work faster than ever.

Apple Immersive Video content and Encounter Dinosaurs app experiences offer truly captivating entertainment, while life-size images captured and played back via Spatial Audio transport users back into the moment. Furthermore, FaceTime and other videoconferencing applications create Personas as accurate representations of who’s calling during calls – creating yet another form of immersive viewing!Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Reported to Be Working on Cheaper Version

Apple Vision Pro was an engineering feat beyond most people’s price range. Since its release last year, industry reports indicate it hasn’t garnered much interest – which may explain why further development on a follow-up product may have stopped altogether.Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

According to The Information, Cupertino-based Apple has informed at least one supplier of its decision not to develop an expensive replacement for their Vision Pro VR headset, instead opting instead to develop a cheaper model with wider appeal that may launch sometime between 2025-2026.

No details have yet been revealed to compare Vision Pro with this new cheaper headset; however, it could feature less features in order to bring down its price – though this may prove challenging given that Vision Pro features expensive components such as high-resolution optics and internal sensors that may obstruct any such attempts at cost cutting.

Reports indicate that several suppliers have reduced component production by half in anticipation of Vision Pro sales falling by August, as per reports. Although this doesn’t directly reflect overall demand, Apple could resume production once design and market conditions align more appropriately in relation to Vision Pro headset production.

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

According to sources cited by The Information, production was delayed by subpar productivity from suppliers producing micro-OLED displays for use with this headset; hence failing Apple’s internal goal of shipping one million units within its first year after release as planned by itself.

Appfigures has reported that Apple Vision Pro has become less appealing among both consumers and developers, prompting fewer app development efforts and updates for visionOS to remain static.

Consumers become disappointed due to an inadequate selection of apps, while developers become disheartened due to low sales at an increased price point – potentially prompting another unsuccessful market entry attempt with reduced-price versions.

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

Apple Vision Pro 2 Development

According to reports, they are working on developing a car version.

Apple Vision Pro is an impressive piece of tech, but at an initial list price of $3,4999 it may not be within everyone’s reach. Perhaps that explains why its release this year in eight countries didn’t garner much interest – Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities predicts only 450,000 units would ship by 2024.

According to The Information, work on Vision Pro 2 may have been put on pause due to decreasing sales. According to sources in its assembly line, it appears as if this decision was communicated to suppliers by the company.

Apple has not given up their mixed-reality plans; rather, the company plans on producing an affordable headset by 2025.

Apple’s decision makes complete sense from a practical standpoint: with their headset’s $3,500 price point impeding widespread adoption and making changes such as this more cost-effective for their target demographic, making such moves makes sense and allows Apple to increase market penetration of its product.

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