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How to Think About Apple and Spatial Computing

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How to Think About Apple and Spatial Computing

When it comes to Apple’s Vision Pro OS, enterprise IT decision-makers must understand where the company is trying to go with its soon-to-debut AR/VR product range.

Apple’s intention is that a coming range of Vision devices will become a full-fledged computer platform in their own right. These are not ephemeral devices.

How do we know this? Because of how Apple is asking developers to refer to their apps when listed on Apple’s App Store. It does not want app descriptions to include words or phrases such as VR, AR, XR, or MR. Instead, it is requiring they be described as “spatial computing experiences," or “Vision apps."

Apple’s spatial platform could act as an accelerant to ignite yet another series of digital transformation events that transform industries, just as iPhone has already done.

For example, the Omni Group recently announced its first Vision-enabled app will be its powerful project management solution, OmniPlan.

In theory, the Apple product might become a fantastic tool for managing incredibly complex projects using Gantt charts. You will zoom in and out, and take meetings, explore 3D interactive project assets, and more from wherever you happen to be. These technologies combine the best of presence with powerful computing.

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