Apple Vision Pro beats the Meta Quest Pro

Apple Vision Pro: Taking the Lead in the Augmented Reality Battle

by Abdul Rauf
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The competition in the augmented reality (AR) market is heating up, with major players competing to establish dominance in this transformative technology.


Two frontrunners, Apple and Meta (formerly known as Facebook), have recently unveiled their respective AR devices: Apple Vision Pro and Meta Quest Pro. In this blog post, we’ll explore why Apple Vision Pro has the edge over its competitor and is poised to lead the way in the AR revolution.


The Apple Vision Pro may declare that it enters in the “era of spatial computing,” but it is not the only easily accessible mixed reality headset. For “Pro” users, Meta also offers its headset, the Meta Quest Pro.


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The Apple Vision Pro appears to be the superior headset, which is unfortunate for the Quest Pro, at least based on the headset’s advertised feature set. Given its proximity to the App Store, Apple’s first headphone appears to be more productive on paper.


It is because of its more powerfulness, and finer displays. And that presents a significant challenge for the Quest Pro, an expensive headgear whose main selling point was mixed reality productivity.


Apple Vision Pro displays are far better

When the Quest Pro came out, the fact that the screen quality was the same as the Meta Quest was one of the things that disappointed people the most.


Even though the Quest Pro’s screen got some improvements, like a wider field of view and QLED flat lenses, it was still disappointing that the resolution didn’t go up.


And, sadly for the Quest Pro, the Apple Vision Pro display should have a higher resolution than both the Quest Pro and the Quest 2. The Apple headset has two 4K Micro OLED screens that are each about the size of a postage stamp.


Apple says that the Vision Pro has 23 million pixels between its two screens. That’s 64 times the number of pixels on an iPhone, so it wasn’t a surprise that we were very impressed with the displays on Apple’s Vision Pro headset when we tried it out.


Apple Vision Pro

Apple Vision Pro


Apple Vision Pro ditches the controllers

Even though the Quest Pro mostly still needs controllers to work (it can track your hands, though), the Touch Pro controls and their TruTouch Haptics were a nice improvement over the Quest 2 controllers. And they might be the best controllers for VR games.


But what if there were no need for controllers? With the Vision Pro, Apple is trying to solve this question. Eye-tracking, hand-tracking, and voice orders are all used to control the whole thing.


This is made possible by a set of 12 cameras, six microphones, and five sensors, including a set of LED lights that help eye-tracking work very well. Even though the Quest Pro has eye-tracking and hand-tracking, it’s not enough to let you get rid of your tools completely.


Easily Adjustable Immersion of Apple Vision Pro

The Meta Quest Pro has a way to turn on and off the full-color passthrough. This can be done through the Oculus menu or a “double-tap for passthrough” feature hidden in the headset’s settings. Even so, it’s still a bit grainy, but at least you can see the real world.


But the Apple Vision Pro makes it much easier to decide how much you are immersed. With a crown on top of the mixed reality headset, you can adjust your level of experience without having to go into a menu.


When you press the crown, you go right back to the Vision Pro’s home screen, which is a mixed-reality world where you can see your surroundings.


Apple Vision Pro and spatial photos, and videos

The Vision Pro’s good camera is a cool trait that the Quest Pro will have a hard time matching. But that doesn’t mean the Quest Pro can’t take cool photos or videos, though.


On the mixed reality gadget, you can watch videos shot by 360-degree cameras. But you won’t be able to record what’s going on around you like your parents did with that camera.


Apple Vision Pro Redefines Design for Enhanced Wearability

The Quest Pro seems to be better built than the Quest 2, at least in terms of how it feels to use. The battery has been moved to the back, and the headset itself weighs only 1.59 pounds, which isn’t too heavy.


But even the Quest Pro can’t keep up with Apple’s desire to make everything too complicated. Apple says that the Apple Vision Pro weighs only 1 pound and has a flexible system for the Light Shield and Head Band.


It is because it can fit your face and head almost perfectly. And anyone who has worn a VR headset for a long time can tell you that these small changes can make the headset much more comfy to wear.



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