Thanks for pointing that out.
Austin Frank

Why doubtful?

The major problem with VR is no one has figured out the best interface for the technology, which sounds exactly like the problems Apple set out to solve with the IPod/iPhone/iPad, and in lesser extent with the Watch, their awkward introduction and marketing aside. Apple is clearly interested in the applications of both augmented and virtual reality, shown not only in their patents, but also in the people they brought onstage at the live event. Apple may not have Jobs, but Jony Ive is in good health, and if he is still as obsessive with interface and product design as he was with Steve, I would love to see his take on virtual spaces.

If Apple wanted to be truly innovative, they would skip the VR race and work on augmented reality, which IMHO is more practical and useful than pure virtual reality.

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