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VisionOS 2 Brings New Spatial Computing Experiences to Apple Vision Pro

VisionOS 2 Brings New Spatial Computing Experiences to Apple Vision Pro

At the highly anticipated WWDC 2024, Apple unveiled significant updates to its Vision Pro headset, highlighting the enhancements brought by visionOS 2. This update is set to transform how users interact with spatial computing technology, making the Apple Vision Pro even more versatile and user-friendly. At The Fix, we break down these exciting new features and explore their potential impact.

Key Features of visionOS 2

  1. Spatial Photos One of the standout features of visionOS 2 is the ability to turn existing 2D photos into spatial photos. Utilizing advanced AI, this feature adds depth to flat images, creating a more immersive viewing experience. This enhancement allows users to revisit their photo memories with a newfound sense of realism and engagement‚Äč (iMore)‚Äč‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.
  2. Enhanced Travel Mode The Travel Mode feature has been upgraded to support use on trains as well as planes. This improvement ensures that users can enjoy the immersive content of the Vision Pro while commuting, making long journeys more enjoyable. Whether watching movies or working on projects, the enhanced Travel Mode provides a seamless experience on the go‚Äč (iMore)‚Äč‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.
  3. Intuitive Hand Gestures visionOS 2 introduces new hand gestures to improve menu navigation and accessibility. By simply looking at your open palm and performing specific gestures, users can quickly access the home menu, check battery life, adjust volume, and more. These intuitive controls make interacting with the Vision Pro more efficient and user-friendly‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.
  4. Mac Virtual Display Enhancements For users who integrate their Vision Pro with a Mac, visionOS 2 offers significant enhancements to the virtual display capabilities. Users can now enjoy a huge curved virtual screen, equivalent to having two 4K monitors side by side. This feature is particularly beneficial for multitasking and productivity, providing ample screen real estate for various applications‚Äč (iMore)‚Äč‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.
  5. New Creative Tools visionOS 2 brings new tools for developers and creatives. The new TabletopKit allows apps to anchor experiences to flat surfaces, perfect for virtual board games and other interactive applications. Additionally, the partnership with Blackmagic Design enables filmmakers to create and view immersive 3D video content on the headset, expanding the creative possibilities for Vision Pro users‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.
  6. Spatial Content Creation Apple has made it easier for users to create spatial content. A new Spatial lens for the Canon EOS R7 has been introduced, and a new Vimeo app for Vision Pro has been launched. These tools empower users to produce high-quality spatial videos and photos, enhancing their creative projects and professional work‚Äč (iMore)‚Äč‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.

Global Expansion

In addition to the new features, Apple announced the global expansion of the Vision Pro. Starting in June 2024, the headset will be available in countries including China, Japan, Singapore, and several others. This expansion makes the Vision Pro accessible to a broader audience, allowing more users to experience the advanced capabilities of Apple’s spatial computing technology‚Äč (iMore)‚Äč‚Äč (TechRadar)‚Äč.


The updates introduced with visionOS 2 significantly enhance the functionality and user experience of the Apple Vision Pro. From spatial photos and enhanced travel modes to intuitive hand gestures and powerful creative tools, these features demonstrate Apple’s commitment to leading the field of spatial computing. At The Fix, we are excited to see how these advancements will influence both everyday users and professionals, driving innovation and expanding the possibilities of augmented reality.

For more detailed information, visit Apple’s official WWDC 2024 highlights.