In an interview with The New York Times, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that he believes Apple’s upcoming augmented reality (AR) glasses, codenamed “Vision Pro,” will be too expensive for most people and will only be used by the wealthy and those who feel lonely. Apple Vision Pro glasses
“I think Vision Pro will be a very cool product, but it’s not going to be for everyone,” Zuckerberg said. “It’s going to be expensive, and it’s not clear how many people will actually want to use it. I think it will mostly be used by people who can afford it and who feel like they need it.”
Zuckerberg’s comments come as Apple is gearing up to release its first AR glasses sometime in 2023. The glasses are rumored to be powered by Apple’s own AR chip and to have a number of features, including the ability to project images and text into the user’s field. of view.
While Zuckerberg believes that Vision Pro will be too expensive for most people. he also believes that it could have a positive impact on those who feel lonely. “I think AR glasses could be a really powerful tool for people who feel isolated or lonely.” he said. “They could be used to connect with friends and family, or to learn new things. I think there’s a lot of potential for AR glasses to help people.”
accordingly. Zuckerberg’s comments are the latest in a series of criticisms that he has made of Apple’s AR glasses. In a previous interview, he said that he believes Apple is “not focused on the right thing” with Vision Pro.
Based on that. It remains to be seen whether Zuckerberg is right about Vision Pro. The glasses are still in development. and it’s possible that Apple could make them more affordable than Zuckerberg expected. However. even if Vision Pro is expensive. it’s possible that it could still be a popular product among those who can afford it. Apple Vision Pro glasses