Apple Vision Pro is the most exciting new Apple device and/or it's the least useful. Host Wes Hilliard and AppleInsider managing editor Mike Wuerthele have both had the Apple Vision Pro since the day it was released yet they have dramatically different perspectives.
See who you agree with, see who convinces the other, while we also touch on all the Apple News of the week. Listen to the latest episode.
Plus now that the Apple Vision Pro is finally here after so very many years of rumors, it's time to get back to looking out for an iPhone Fold. By all accounts, Apple has been researching foldable devices for some time, but a new report says it is now working on at least two prototypes.
And while Apple used to go to any length to avoid saying the term "AI," it's now joined the government's AI safety initiative.
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Links from the Show:
- Vision Pros: 72 Hours with Apple Vision Pro with Wes Hilliard (Vision Pros - 0008) on Apple Podcasts
- Apple Vision Pro early review: a peek into the future of computing
- Why Apple Vision Pro's constant strobing matters to your health
- Apple Vision Pro sees quiet launch at Apple Downtown Nashville
- What to expect from the Apple Vision Pro in-store demo
- Echoes of launches past: Tim Cook likens Apple Vision Pro to iPhone launch
- If your Apple Vision Pro gets stolen, Find My won't help you get it back
- Recharge the Apple Vision Pro twice as fast with a better power adapter
- Apple Vision Pro can be used in public, but mind your manners
- Please don't use the Apple Vision Pro while driving
- Looks like YouTube will make an Apple Vision Pro app after all
- People are already forgetting their Apple Vision Pro passcodes, requiring a trip to Apple
- Unsurprisingly, Apple Vision Pro lenses will scratch if you try to destroy them
- Apple introduces the first developer beta of visionOS 1.1
- Cook 'incredibly excited' about generative AI coming to Apple gear later in 2024
- Apple is working on at least two folding iPhone prototypes
- Apple joins Meta, Google, Facebook on new US government AI safety initiative
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