The Vision Pro comes with a number of Apple apps that are also available on the iPhone and the iPad. We’ve seen some of the apps over the past few months in tidbits of information that Apple has provided, but the Vision Pro technical specifications that went live today alongside pre-orders list every app that the device comes with.
Pre-installed apps optimized for Vision Pro:
- App Store
- Encounter Dinosaurs
Pre-installed apps not optimized for Vision Pro:
- Voice Memos
Curiously, while there is a Keynote app that’s pre-installed, Apple does not list the other iWork apps like Pages and Numbers. Find My is not on Apple’s list, nor are the Health, Clock, Contacts, and Weather apps. FaceTime is not on the list, but the fine print confirms that there is indeed a FaceTime app and also a Capture app for taking video and photos on the device.
There may be some Apple apps that are not pre-installed but able to be downloaded from the App Store after launch, and there will be a number of third-party apps designed for the Vision Pro.
We’ll be sharing a list of Vision Pro apps closer to when the headset debuts, and it is also worth noting that many iOS apps will run on the device automatically unless developers opt out.Related Roundup: Apple Vision ProBuyer’s Guide: Vision Pro (Buy Now)Related Forum: Apple Vision Pro
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