Apple Vision Pro Will Be Showing Live Captions for Verbal Discussions Soon

    Apple introduced a bunch of accessibility improvements which are arriving later this year to the iPad and iPhone, likely as a component of iPadOS 18 and iOS 18 software upgrades.

    It also provided details regarding an update to the spatial computer of Apple Vision pro that would allow Live Captions for everything and everyone.

    Apple Vision Pro Will Be Showing Live Captions for Verbal Discussions Soon

    The latest feature would be helpful for users who are hard of hearing or are deaf to understand the conversation both through audio apps and in the actual world.

    visionOS will include systemwide Live Captions to help everyone — including users who are deaf or hard of hearing — follow along with spoken dialogue in live conversations and in audio from apps. With Live Captions for FaceTime in visionOS, more users can easily enjoy the unique experience of connecting and collaborating using their Persona. Apple Vision Pro will add the capability to move captions using the window bar during Apple Immersive Video, as well as support for additional Made for iPhone hearing devices and cochlear hearing processors.”

    The latest feature would probably be a component of visionOS 2.0 software upgrade which will expectedly be displayed on June 10 at WWDC event. Assuming it to be true, the update can be expected to be released to public in the coming September after a multi-month Beta program.

    Apple Vision Pro Will Be Showing Live Captions of Verbal Discussions Soon

    Currently, the Apple Vision Pro is just available to the people of United States. However, the information on a global launch will expectedly be released either amidst of or shortly after the WWDC.

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