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People absolutely blown away after Apple Vision Pro user shows off what wearing new device is like

People absolutely blown away after Apple Vision Pro user shows off what wearing new device is like

Apple fans have expressed just how impressed they are with the new Apple Vision Pro and its capabilities.

One tech YouTuber has stunned Apple fans with how the new Apple Vision Pro can be used in a viral video.

The future is here now, or at least that is what Apple are aiming to achieve with their new immersive experience.

The Apple Vision Pro is the tech company’s latest venture, and its goal is to seamlessly blend the real and virtual worlds.

“With Apple Vision Pro, you have an infinite canvas that transforms how you use the apps you love. Arrange apps anywhere and scale them to the perfect size, making the workspace of your dreams a reality — all while staying present in the world around you,” Apple said on their website.

“Browse the web in Safari, create a to-do list in Notes, chat in Messages, and seamlessly move between them with a glance.”

While Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, claimed the device will 'redefine how we connect, create and explore'.

Sounds good on paper, right?

Well, it appears that the company has achieved what it set out to do, as many X users have been left seriously impressed by a snippet of how the device looks in real time.

YouTuber Himels Tech showed how Apple Vision Pro worked in real time.
Himels Tech/YouTube

YouTuber Himels Tech shared a video showing how he uses the product throughout his home.

“Got the messages again, got music set up here, big screen TV set up on my wall." he said.

“I’ve got Gordon Ramsay showing me how to cook above the stove, notes right here [on the fridge] for groceries.

“I can walk around freely, and here is what it looks like while it is on,” the YouTuber said as he stood in front of a mirror while still recording through the goggles headset.

“As we walk around the house, everything still stays pinned exactly where we left it.”

Many social media users were quick to praise the technology and the future possibilities.

The YouTuber could access screens throughout his house.
Himels Tech/YouTube

“Yep. Can't wait for them to make it even better, and even more interactable [sic]." one person said.

“Imagine being able to turn on your ceiling lights with a flick of the fingers, being able to control everything in your house through one interface that's just floating around you,” wrote another X user.

“That’s wild. One day it will be contacts and you can screen share with everyone in the house if you want,” a third commented.

“The fact you can leave the windows/apps where they are, walk around and come back to them being in the same spot is insane,” a fourth wrote.

“My goodness. The second they make these into regular looking glasses. Take my money,” a fifth added.

However, it hasn't all been plain sailing as Pro Vision has also received some criticism over its 'unsettling' and 'low-quality' FaceTime avatar.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Himels Tech

Topics: Apple, Technology