July 15, 2024

By Joe Rossignol, MacRumors

Last month, Apple began hosting Vision Pro developer labs in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo, allowing developers to get early hands-on time with the headset. The one-day labs enable developers to test and optimize their apps on visionOS, with Apple employees available to help with setup and troubleshooting.

Apple on Wednesday highlighted some positive reactions from developers who have attended the labs and had an opportunity to try on the Vision Pro.

“I’d been staring at this thing in the simulator for weeks and getting a general sense of how it works, but that was in a box,” said David Smith, developer of the Widgetsmith app. “The first time you see your own app running for real, that’s when you get the audible gasp.”

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