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djmindblender said:Why? Why would Apple go into this space, the VR/Meta bs is not ready for prime time. Apple does not do markets that are not already going somewhere. If they do this it will bomb. They need to wait let the market mature then come in and do it better than anyone else out there.My kids have no interest and their younger family members got the most popular sets played them for a few days and they have not been used since.
The commercial aspect is only area where these will make sense and that is really niche.
My two centsReminds me of the Apple Car rumours. AI went quiet on that one. Wasn’t it supposed to be announced in 2020? Must have been killed by Covid.
I just don’t believe this is the direction Apple is going. Headsets are a very small market and I can’t see this as being Apple’s next big thing. It’s contrary to their tried and tested approach of dominating an established market with huge potential. I laughed at the OS “reality pro”. Really?! Doesn’t this seem counterintuitive. Look at Apple’s software efforts in recent years that limit iPhone/watch function depending on user chosen scenarios. I see people as wanting less tech intrusion into their lives, not slapping a big old computer onto their face. The meta verse is clearly a nonsense that is doomed to failure.If the product does exist, and it may well do, I suspect it’s niche. I’m not holding my breath on this one.
Do you think this man has any self awareness into his own lies? You have nothing to worry about, nothing to see here everyone. Never mind that people face ruin simply for having an opinion that some may see as controversial. That’s often based on what they said in public and frequently from years ago.Just think of the influence you’d have over someone if you could enjoy their most private thoughts. Software such as this should only be used in specific limited circumstances and with a court order on each occasion. Breaches of that should result in fines and or imprisonment for NSO executives.
Nice article. I don’t think we should downplay just how awful the trackpad was. As much as I love Apple, I viscerally hate that remote.I’m not alone in this, this is common for cyclists using Zwift. If you had the smallest bit of sweat on your thumb, no play. It in fact astonishes me that they sold it for so long. I don’t think it’s unfair to say this was a poor move.
As a side, ah Apple TV & TV setup is probably the cheapest yet most immersive Zwift setup. Similar price to an iPad I guess but much better. If you’re a cyclist, give it a go!