Apple continues to improve VisionOS with the release of the fourth beta version

By Julie Clover

Apple today released the fourth beta version of VisionOS, the software that will run on the upcoming Vision Pro headset. The third beta came out at the end of August, meaning it's been over a month since Apple last released ‌visionOS‌ update.

Currently, only a limited number of developers have access to Vision Pro, with headsets , used for testing applications. Most people will not have access to ‌visionOS‌ beta is outside of Xcode, and it's unclear what Apple is adding to each ‌visionOS‌ update.

Apple allows developers to visit Vision Pro labs around the world, and developers visiting these locations can test Vision Pro in person and get help from Apple engineers on their ‌visionOS‌ apps.

The Vision Pro headset isn't expected to be released until early 2024, so Apple still has a lot of work to do on both hardware and software. We expect that either this beta or a beta soon after will introduce the official version of ‌visionOS‌ App Store that Apple is working on.

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