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Apple’s Vision Pro Is A Technical Tour De Force, But Accessibility Fascinates Most
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Steven covers accessibility and assistive technology.
Jun 6, 2023,06:22pm EDT|
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I was one of the first outside of Apple to see the Vision Pro headset up close.
Update 6/5: Added that Vision Pro can be controlled with one’s eyes.
Follow them closely enough and you’ll see Apple has a penchant for proclaiming every WWDC its “biggest ever”—until the next year.
As a grizzled veteran of eleven WWDCs in my career (not to mention countless other events), the vibe I felt following the keynote yesterday at Apple Park in Cupertino certainly lived up to the company’s marketing hype. After the customary lowdown on the new operating systems coming to devices later this year, the company ended the anticipatory lull by announcing an all-new product and corresponding platform. Witnessing such a moment doesn’t come often, so to say WWDC 2023 was “the biggest ever” seems not the least bit blustery or hyperbolic. The advent of the [...]
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