To ensure that this future is accessible to all, Apple needs to review some aspects of the device.

With the arrival of the Vision Pro, Apple has once again left its mark on the technology market, introducing a mixed reality device that immediately captured the interest of the public and professionals. This innovative viewer promises to revolutionize the way we interact with the digital world but, despite the initial enthusiasm and undoubted potential, it immediately showed two critical issues that deserve in-depth analysis.

Apple Vision Pro has arrived in the hands of users, but there are several aspects that do not convince users (Photo YouTube Apple) – Sjbeez

The first hiccup concerns the difficulty in locating the Vision Pro through Apple’s "Where’s Mine" service. In an era in which the ability to find your devices in the event of loss or theft has become a crucial aspect, this lack raises many concerns.

Users, accustomed to the convenience and security offered by Apple in terms of tracking their devices, are now faced with an unexpected limitation. Although we can hypothesize that this restriction could be overcome with future software updates, it currently represents a shadow on the overall user experience offered by the Vision Pro.

A revolutionary project, but with some aspects to review

The second problem is even more significant and concerns the impossibility of resetting the device if the access code is forgotten. Unlike other Apple products, where recovery of the code or the device itself can occur through the Apple ID or online procedures, with the Vision Pro the only solution seems to be a physical visit to an Apple Store.

Apple’s Vision Pro represents a bold step towards the future of mixed reality (Apple YouTube Photo) – Sjbeez

This is a procedure that not only limits the freedom and autonomy of users, but also raises serious doubts about the practicality of managing the device, especially in geographical areas where physical stores are less accessible. The alternative solution, i.e. the purchase of the Developer Strap for a “do it yourself” recovery via USB-C connection, requires an additional expense which in the American market is around 300 dollars.

These issues raise a fundamental question: during the design and development phase of the Vision Pro, were all aspects related to the user experience sufficiently considered? Technology, however advanced, should remain at the user’s service, facilitating daily use and not creating barriers or complications.

Apple has always excelled at creating products that not only push the boundaries of innovation but are also intuitive and easy to use. The Vision Pro, with its revolutionary features, is no exception in terms of potential. However, in order for it to be fully appreciated and integrated into people’s daily lives, it is essential that these critical issues are addressed and resolved.