Metaverse News

YouTube App for Apple Vision Pro Finally Arriving

YouTube, which had previously announced its decision not to create a dedicated application for Apple’s Vision Pro, has now reversed that decision, according to a statement made to The Verge. The tech giant Apple’s Vision Pro, a mixed reality headset that has recently been introduced to the market, has generated significant excitement among consumers, leading to a surge in sales as people are eager to experience Apple’s mixed reality offering.

Despite the enthusiasm, the Vision Pro is still considered to be in its early stages of development and not yet a fully realized device.

Originally, YouTube had stated that it would not develop a specialized app for the Vision Pro, meaning users would have had to access YouTube content through the Safari browser on the device. This stance has now changed, with a YouTube spokesperson indicating that the company has added a Vision Pro app to its development roadmap.

This shift suggests that YouTube recognizes the potential of Apple’s mixed reality platform and is willing to invest in creating an optimized application for it, although many details about the app remain uncertain at this time.


It’s unclear what the app will offer and when it will be released

YouTube App for Apple Vision Pro Finally Arriving

In a statement by spokesperson Jessica Gibby, it was mentioned that while no specific details are ready to be shared, the development of a YouTube application compatible with Apple’s Vision Pro is indeed on their project roadmap.

This means that for now, aspects such as the features the application will offer and its release timeline remain uncertain.

A key point of interest is whether the YouTube app being developed for Vision Pro will support 3D and 360-degree videos. As of now, there has been no definitive statement regarding this feature. YouTube has expressed a commitment to doing its best, suggesting that the extent of the app’s capabilities will only become clear in the future.

It’s worth noting that currently, Safari, the web browser through which Vision Pro users might access YouTube, does not support 3D and 360-degree video formats. This leaves Vision Pro users without the ability to


You may also like this content

Follow us on TWITTER (X) and be instantly informed about the latest developments…

MetaversePlanet

Metaverseplanet.net is a brand-new technology platform that strives to share numerous developments, news, and information about the Metaverse, artificial intelligence, and cryptocurrencies with you. You can track cryptocurrencies related to the Metaverse and artificial intelligence in real time, and also find essential information that could be useful for your endeavors in these areas. This platform continuously works to bring you the most up-to-date information available in the field.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button