Apple will soon launch the Vision Pro and details about the product have been revealed over the last few days, giving users a hint at what they can expect from this upcoming device. Meanwhile, new information information suggests that Apple may ditch the Open Sky Environment feature for Vision Pro.
According to the details, Apple has recently updated its “Introducing Apple Vision Pro” video available on YouTube and also on its official website. In the new version video of Apple Vision Pro, one of the feature shown at WWDC 2023 which is the Open Sky Environment has been removed.
The Open Sky Environment feature allows users to replace the view of their ceiling with a virtual sky. In the original clip, a person lies in bed with a Vision Pro and looks up at the ceiling to see the sky. But the recently made change suggests the feature has been deliberately removed from Vision Pro.
However, it’s currently unclear whether the company has decided to remove this feature from Vision Pro permanently, or is making some changes. Notably, the Apple Vision Pro will be unveiled on February 2, 2024, and it will be available at $3,499 with 256GB configuration in the US.
Apple has possibly cut the Open Sky Environment feature that replaces your ceiling, from Apple Vision Pro.
Recently, Apple edited their "Introducing Apple Vision Pro" video on YouTube and their website, removing the Open Sky clip.
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