Apple’s New Stylus Revolutionizes Mixed Reality Experience with Vision Pro Viewer

Apple developing a stylus compatible with Vision Pro viewer: Writing in the air or on the wall?

Apple is working on a stylus that will be compatible with its Apple Vision Pro viewer. The stylus, known as the Apple Pencil for Vision Pro, has already undergone internal testing and will support the operating system visionOS. This device aims to revolutionize how people work, collaborate, connect, relive memories, and enjoy entertainment by introducing spatial computing technology and a three-dimensional user interface.

The Apple Vision Pro viewer is Apple’s venture into mixed reality (MR), which was announced last June and launched in the United States in February at a starting price of $3,499. It supports interaction with applications through hands, voice, and eyes. The company claims that it is the most advanced consumer electronics device ever created.

To enhance the functionality of the Vision Pro, Apple has developed an updated version of its Apple Pencil that will be compatible with this device. Currently, the Apple Pencil is only compatible with various versions of the iPad (Pro, Air, mini). The new stylus for Vision Pro has been tested internally and will work with drawing applications such as Freeform and Pixelmator.

Apple is expected to announce the second iteration of the visionOS operating system at its developer conference (WWDC) in June as part of its efforts to continue innovating and expanding the capabilities of its products.

Leave a Reply