Exciting news for Apple enthusiasts! The latest visionOS developer beta has arrived, promising significant improvements for users of the Apple Vision Pro headset. This update addresses a key frustration by allowing users to interact more closely with objects in a 3D space.
Previously, in visionOS, objects or app windows would start fading away as users approached them, leading to frustration, especially during activities like gaming. However, with the release of visionOS beta 1.1, Apple has tackled this issue head-on. According to Apple's release notes, users can now reposition volumetric scenes much closer, enabling easier and more direct interaction with objects.
But that's not all – Apple has also introduced mobile device management capabilities with this beta update, signaling its focus on the enterprise market. This move could potentially include support for Microsoft Exchange and Google Workspace, catering to the needs of businesses and organizations.
Jeremy Butcher, Apple's Product Marketing Senior Director, emphasized the company's interest in the enterprise space, highlighting features like managed Apple IDs and single sign-on as crucial elements for businesses. With these enhancements, Apple aims to provide a seamless and efficient experience for both individual users and enterprise clients alike.