The Cupertino company has barely presented the Vision Pro that Microsoft is already showing its support with the arrival of its flagship applications on the Apple headset.
While the Vision Pro will have an iris scanner to authenticate its users, let’s find out now how Apple will want to optimize your productivity.
Microsoft Teams, Word and Excel are coming to the Apple Vision Pro
Last night, Apple finally revealed with great fanfare the Apple Vision Pro, its first mixed reality headset. If the device already promises to be a concentrate of advanced technologies, and that it may succeed in imposing new standards in this area, its starting price of 3,499 dollars is bound to leave us doubtful. Anyway, the Apple brand has logically taken the opportunity to present some of the applications that will be available at the launch of its helmet. And several of them should undoubtedly prove very useful on a daily basis.
Apple has already announced it: the visionOS App Store (the operating system of the Vision Pro) will host, in addition to applications specially designed by developers for mixed reality, ” Hundreds of thousands of popular iPhone and iPad apps that will run great and work automatically with Vision Pro’s new interaction mode “. Among them, we were able to briefly see Word, Excel or even Microsoft Teams.
With its mixed reality headset, Apple wants to immerse you in your work
During his keynote At WWDC23, Apple unveiled a first look at how the Vision Pro interacts with Microsoft apps. In particular, we were able to see Word, Excel and Teams working simultaneously, which will allow future purchasers of the headset to benefit from optimal productivity on a daily basis. They will thus be able to multiply the tasks in a natural, intuitive way, as we were able to discover during the presentation. It’s a safe bet, as the site suggests Neowinthat it will be possible to fully control the applications through gestures and voice.
If the Redmond firm has not yet expressed itself as to the integration of its own applications within visionOS, Apple has however specified that Word, Excel and Teams will benefit from a vast space of creation as well as the net rendering of the text offered by the Vision Pro. If you missed the presentation, you can still watch the video below to discover all the announcements made by Apple. An event lasting more than two hours, which will have been an opportunity to learn more about the plans and ambitions of the Californian in terms of mixed reality.
Source : Neowin