There’s very little time left until the debut of Apple Vision Pro. The Cupertino company’s first mixed reality headset will be available for pre-order from Friday 19 January and can be purchased from 2 February. Wanting to best present the revolutionary device, the tech giant is communicating new interesting details, such as the list of platforms streaming not immersive experiences available at launch.
Apple Vision Pro tries to revolutionize entertainment
With a press release released in these hours, Apple makes it known that its viewer will be the home of major streaming services to enjoy TV series, films, documentaries and sporting events in the most engaging way possible. Among the apps there are Disney+ESPN, Discovery+, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount+, Crunchyroll and TikTok. There will be no shortage of content created specifically for Apple TV+ and the Season Pass MLSthe top soccer league in the United States.
However, the main streaming service, Netflix, is absent from the list. It is not clear whether it is a simple question of timing or something else, but there is nothing to fear anyway. In fact, it will be possible to access all platforms (including Netflix) conveniently via Safari.
As for Disney+, users will be able to explore some environments via the Environments section. At the debut there should be four, that is Disney+ Theater, Scare Floor (Monsters & Co.), Avengers Tower (dal Marvel Cinematic Universe) e Tatooine (Star Wars).
Apple has shared more information about Disney+ for Apple Vision Pro.
Environments will include:
– Disney+ Theater, inspired by the historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood
– Scare Floor from Pixar’s Monsters Inc.
– Marvel’s Avengers Tower overlooking downtown Manhattan
— Apple Vision Report (@spatialreport) January 16, 2024
The Vision Pro supports viewing both 2D and 3D content. In this regard, the tech company declared that at launch there will be over 150 films available in 3Damong which Avatar – Way of Water, Dune, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse e Super Mario Bros. – The Movie.
The Apple TV app catalog will also feature new immersive content for free, such as Alicia Keys: Rehearsal Room e Prehistoric Planet Immersive.
The viewer, with a starting price of $3,500, was the protagonist of new tests reserved for the press. Here are the comments with the pros and cons of the device.