My Thoughts on Apple Vision Pro
A few days ago, I read a hilarious article about how using a Tesla with Apple Vision Pro could be a perfect way to die. So, I thought I should share some of my thoughts on Apple Vision Pro.
Since its release, it’s been everywhere, everyone is talking about it, especially in the tech sector. I’ve seen a couple of videos of people using the Vision Pro to code or edit videos.
On the surface, it seems like a really good idea, having a lot of screen space to work with. Having access to multiple screens at the same time is awesome; it can help somewhat with productivity.
But I have a question: Could it affect eyesight in the long run? I’ve seen videos where people are using it for more than 8 hours in a single day, justifying that they are efficient after switching to Vision Pro.
We all know how expensive it is to own, being a first-generation product. Many say that the primary users of Vision Pro could be developers, early tech adopters, or Apple fans.
What I fear most is that people might start using it to make silly shorts and causing a nuisance to other people. I have personally seen people using Apple products just because they have ample amount of money, but don’t even know how to use it in the first place. They buy Apple products just to look cool and not be left out by other people.
Personally, I don’t like Apple, but I think Vision Pro is a nice addition to some existing niche technological products. Beyond that, I don’t have anything else to talk about.