Fruit company’s visionOS App Store beta will be open to developers in the fall of this year, and according to foreign media, The Verge claimed that the platform’s App Store will also be provided by default iPhone and iPad applications.
▲Apple Vision Pro Official Wearable Images
It’s been reported that Apple has been setting up Vision Pro developer labs around the world since last month, inviting developers to test and get hands-on with the Vision Pro headset and experience the real-world effects of the apps, but 9to5Mac and other media outlets have pointed out that the number of developers who have participated in the event can be described as “overwhelming” (see below). However, 9to5Mac and other media pointed out that the number of developers participating in the event could even be described as “a small number.
Apple has previously denied this, with Steve Sinclair, director of marketing for Vision Pro, claiming:
Apple developers are very satisfied with the Vision Pro headset, its SDK downloads exceeded the company's expectations.
The current use of Apple Silicon processor macOS platform App Store store, the actual default has provided iPhone and iPad applications; and in the iPadOS platform, has always been able to use the iPhone application, but the resolution will have a certain degree of scaling, so Apple in the Vision Pro headset So it’s not surprising that Apple has made apps available by default for the Vision Pro headset.