600 native apps at launch

In addition to millions of immediately compatible iOS and iPadOS apps, the new Apple Vision Pro mixed reality headset benefits from the launch of more than 600 apps taking advantage of its spatial display capabilities.

We know that it is the software that makes a machine interesting, regardless of its technical capacity. And if the new Apple Vision Pro headset works from the start with the millions of iOS and iPadOS apps already available, it will only be able to impress us with native software, taking advantage of its augmented reality display capabilities.

Apple Vision Pro: 600 streaming, sports, video game and office apps

Apple reassures us by declaring that more than 600 native apps will be available when the machine launches in early February in the United States, starting with streaming and sports broadcast apps like Disney+, Imax, Max, MLB, NBA, PGA Tour Vision or Red Bull. TELEVISION. On the gaming side, the Apple Arcade service offers optimized titles like Super Fruit Ninja, Lego Builder’s Journey, What the Golf?, Cut the Rope 3, Jetpack Joyride 2, Modeled, Illustrated, Wylde Flowers and others. Finally, we can also mention some massively diverse applications: Airmail, Box, CarrotT Weather, Djay, Fantastical, Facades, J.Crew, JigSpace, Lowe’s, MindNode, Mubi, Navi, Night Sky, Numerics, OmniFocus, OmniPlan, Parcel, PCalc, Sky Guide, Tides, Voyager by ForeFlight, Wayfair, Webex, Zillow, Zoom, and even Microsoft 365 apps like Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams, and Word.

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