What does Vision Pro & T1 connection have in common?


This post is by Om Malik from On my Om


A review unit of Apple’s Vision Pro showed up yesterday. I’ve spent the majority of the past 24 hours setting it up. The setup was much simpler than I thought it would be. Given my previous experiences with the device at Apple Park, I have a slight advantage. So, your mileage might vary. Still, I didn’t see any obvious stumbling blocks — unless you count Siri’s difficult relationship with my accent.

It has been a long time since I stayed up most of the night — I went to sleep at 3:45 and woke up again at 5 am — to start playing around with the Vision Pro. Yes, I checked out the mail, messages, and notes. But mostly, after calibrating the device, I eased into my Eames chair, rested my head on the chair, and leaned back to start reading all the articles on the Reader’s website. The Safari window was extra large, set quite further away, at a slight upward angle to accommodate my head position. Instead of hunching over a small screen, I was leaning back and slowly making my way through an amazing story about an Indian Prince and some scam on the AirMail website. And another, and another, and another. It was well into the night before I was done with the day’s reading. It was glorious. I got up, stretched a bit, got myself a drink of water, and plugged a 3-meter USB-C cable into the Vision Pro’s battery pack. I put the Vision (Read more…)