Apple’s upcoming Vision Pro will be an AR/VR headset It will be available on February 2, including Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and Loop. Apple has long described the Vision Pro as primarily a productivity device, so the addition of Microsoft products should make users more productive.
These aren’t just correlated remakes of iPad apps, as many have built-in tools that use the headset. For example, PowerPoint has a custom immersive environment that allows users to practice delivering a presentation to a real audience. Excel will allow users to quickly transfer documents to other applications using the headset’s pinch-and-drag feature.
Microsoft Word will include a focus mode that blocks out distractions so you can actually finish that novel you’ve been talking about for 15 years. Teams will use the headset’s persona feature, so your digital avatar can take part in business meetings and wow others with the magic of the uncanny valley. Zoom app on Apple Vision Pro
Headset owners will also be able to enter In other words, you’ll be able to use natural conversation to instruct your digital assistant to create drafts, summarize documents, and even create PowerPoint presentations.
Each of these apps will soon be available to you via the official App Store There’s been a lot of talk about what software won’t be available, like Netflix and YouTube, so it’s nice to see that early adopters won’t be forced to use only Apple-branded apps.
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