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Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Apple Vision Pro is heavy on the neck

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Apple Vision Pro is heavy on the neck.

Apple is reportedly developing a lighter version of its wearable ‘spatial computing’ Vision Pro headset, amid worries it is too heavy.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gruman reported that despite both Apple and Meta being soon to each launch their own mixed-reality headsets, “work is already well underway on next-generation models.”

Apple had first revealed its long expected headset in June, as part of its push into the world of “spatial computing.” But it won’t arrive until early 2024.

As for prescription lenses, a big problem with Vision Pro is that you can't really wear glasses with the headset, a decision Apple made to keep the device from being too bulky. Apple partnered with a company called Zeiss to provide prescription lenses that attach to the Vision Pro, but Gurman called it a "headache" to provide a variety of different lens options to customers.

The first of those two issues is pretty simple to grasp. As it stands, Vision Pro weighs around one pound, and wearing something that heavy on your head for an extended period of time can cause neck strain. Gurman said Apple might alleviate the issue on the first Vision Pro with straps, but a more sustainable solution is to simply make future iterations more lightweight.

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