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Apple boasts of selling Vision Pro glasses to the most successful American companies

In Apple's recent financial results announcement as well as the new iPad launch conference, Tim Cook took advantage of these events and pointed out that the Vision Pro glasses are attracting the attention of a large group of major companies. He stated that nearly half of the American companies listed on the Fortune 100 list have requested to purchase units of Vision Pro glasses.

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News on the margins for the week of April 19-25

The launch of the calculator application for the iPad, the significant decline in demand for Apple glasses, Apple acquires Datakalab, the WhatsApp application for iOS finally supports passkeys, Apple is developing its own artificial intelligence server processor with 3 nm technology, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines for the week of March 29-April 4

The iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Mini have become obsolete devices, leaks of the iPhone SE 4 confirm its design similar to the iPhone 14, a new artificial intelligence system for Apple that can overcome GPT-4, the design of iOS 18 will resemble the VisionOS system, and a new spatial personality test. For Apple Glasses, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines week 9 - 15 February

Apple launches an artificial intelligence tool to move the image based on your description, and Zuckerberg says that the Quest 3 glasses are better than the Apple Vision Pro glasses, more than 1000 applications are available for the Vision Pro, and Apple shares an overview of the privacy and security features in the Vision Pro, and other news on the sidelines

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News on the margin the week January 26 - February 1

Low customer satisfaction with the iPhone 15 Pro. These are the countries where you can install applications outside the iOS App Store. The iOS 18 update will be the largest update in the history of the iPhone. Apple has sold nearly 200 Vision Pro glasses.

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News on the sidelines week 19 - 25 January

Forty years is the age of the Mac device that revolutionized the computer world, and a major boost from Apple’s artificial intelligence, and the iPhone 16 Pro Max will contain a larger and more advanced main camera sensor. Apple is getting the first 2-nanometer chips, and adding experimental artificial intelligence features. Generative to the latest version of Chrome. And other exciting news on the sidelines...

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Apple announces the availability of Apple Vision Pro in the United States from February 2

Finally, Apple announced the date on which the Apple Vision Pro glasses will be available, and as expected, the glasses will be available only in the United States, starting from February 2, taking into account that pre-order starts from Friday, January 19. Are you ready to pay $3499 on Friday? Huge price! But I know that the beginning is only for the adventurous, and for sure within the next year everything will change.

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News on the sidelines, October 27 - November 2

Support for the passkey on WhatsApp, moving the address bar to the bottom of the iPhone screen on Google Chrome, and a new update for AirTag tracking devices. The M3 Pro chip has a memory bandwidth of 25% less than the M1/M2 Pro chip, behind the scenes of filming at Apple’s recent “Scary Fast” event with the iPhone 15 Pro Max, and new buttons on the iPhone 16.

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News on the Fringe Week 16 - June 22

Google launches a humorous ad mocking the iPhone, the lock mode feature reaches the Apple Watch, a new video showing the capabilities of the iPhone 14 Pro camera, the new and exciting screen distance feature, and Apple explains why it does not support external watch faces.

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New features in the accessibility of the Apple Vision Pro glasses

For people who have special needs and rely on usability features, there are additional features Apple has made available in VisionOS. These features include VoiceOver, Pointer Control, and Dwell Control, which provide alternative ways for users to interact with the system without using their hands.