As we know Apple recently launched its new AR/VR headset named Vision Pro and for that apple today announced a list of 3D movies on the Apple TV app
After the launch of AR/VR glasses not only by Apple but also by other companies this made 3D TV’s popularity faded a while ago, Apple is now giving a new life to 3D Movies. They updated Apple TV app, called tvOS 17.2 now includes 3D versions of movies. These movies are intended to be watched using the upcoming Apple Vision Pro headset.
If you’re using the beta version of tvOS 17.2 you’ll notice a ‘3D’ icon next to compatible movies. This icon looks like a headset and tells you that the 3D experience is meant for the Vision Pro. According to the reports of apple police 3D icon is seen on the listings for: 47 Ronin, Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away, Everest, Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters, Jurassic World Dominion, Kung Fu Panda 3, Mortal Engines, Pacific Rim Uprising, Sanctum, Shrek, Skyscraper, Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas, The Boss Baby: Family Business, The Little Princess, The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, The Secret Life of Pets 2, Trolls, Trolls World Tour.
Currently there are around 20 titles with the 3D icon, including “Jurassic World Dominion,” “Pacific Rim Uprising,” and “Shrek.” We’re still waiting for details about the exact quality of the 3D experience.
Even though 3D TVs at home lost their charm some years ago the Vision Pro headset could bring back the excitement. Apple demonstrated how the Vision Pro can immerse viewers in a 3D movie experience during its unveiling.
As for the cost of 3D content Apple hasn’t confirmed whether it will be included for free or come at an extra charge. However, based on past practices there’s a possibility it might be offered for free.
The Vision Pro headset is expected to launch in the US early next year starting at $3499. It will be available in more countries by the end of 2024. Apple aims to sell around 500,000 units in the first year.
In short we can Apple is making 3D movies available in the Apple TV app for the Vision Pro headset’s launch. This step will revive interest in 3D entertainment and this will also boost their product demand automatically Vision Pro will be in high demand Apple always finds a problem and then works on it. Now let’s look forward to the headset’s release next year.
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