If you ask who he really is What is the best feature, they will likely call dual micro-OLED displays. These screens produce particularly sharp visuals and iFixit took it upon himself to find out why. Edition with an emphasis on those glorious displays.
A big package? The screens have incredible pixel density, with 12,078,000 pixels covering 0.98 square inches. This means that each individual pixel is only 7.5 μm, which makes them Yes. What we have in our bodies right now.
It’s denser than anything else out there. For example, you can fit 54 Apple Vision Pro pixels inside one iPhone 15 Pro pixel. No wonder The publication suggests micro-OLED displays based on various design decisions.
An important measure of pixel density is PPI (pixels per inch), and the Vision Pro came in at a “stunning” 3,386 PPI. The iPhone 15 Pro boasts 460 PPI. As surprising as these figures are, Apple’s Vision Pro displays are still not 4K. 4K resolution refers to a horizontal display resolution of about 4,000 pixels, so the Vision Pro misses the consumer UHD standard by a hair at 3,840 pixels wide. However, it doesn’t matter when the displays are like an inch from your retinas. After all, a standard 4K TV has a pixel density of about 140 PPI.
Another important data point here is PPD (pixels per degree), which takes into account how far you are from the screen and the overall angle. iFixit estimates that the Vision Pro has an average PPD of 34. That’s a pretty good number for something so close to the eye. In comparison, PlayStation VR2 averaged 19 PPD and Meta Quest 3 averaged 25 PPD.
As for the notorious repairability, iFixit provisionally gave the Apple Vision Pro a score of 4. This is a completely new technology and will make DIY repairs difficult even without Apple at the helm. The publication has not yet tested to repair various aspects of the headphones, so the account will be updated in the near future.
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