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Apple last month released the first beta version of the software that powers its upcoming Apple Vision Pro headset, visionOS, plus the visionOS software development kit  and a simulator.

We’re already seeing pictures and videos of Vision Pro apps online long before the $3,499 spacial computing device ships. (The device is expected to ship in the first half of 2024.)

Apple also announced plans to roll out “developer labs” — where software makers can try out their creations on actual Vision Pro hardware and get help from Apple engineers. These labs will open later this month in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, according to Apple.

All these releases, announcements and developer activity are starting to clarify how vision OS will be used by businesses and enterprises.

Why apps will control the future of spacial computing

When Apple shipped its first iPhone in the summer of 2007, I didn’t buy one. I was still enamored with my tiny “Blackberry Pearl” phone. I thought the first iPhone (tiny by today’s smartphone standards) was too big.

A year later, Apple unveiled its App Store. That addition (plus Google’s Android Play Store) changed everything — for me, and the world.

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