When Apple announced Vision Pro at WWDC, the company promised that developers would have access to a rich set of tools for building applications. And that day has already arrived – Apple announced that developer tools, starting with the visionOS SDK, are already available to everyone.
Starting today, Apple’s global community of developers will be able to create an entirely new class of spatial computing apps that take full advantage of the infinite canvas in Vision Pro and seamlessly blend digital content with the physical world to enable extraordinary new experiences. With the visionOS SDK, developers can utilize the powerful and unique capabilities of Vision Pro and visionOS to design brand-new app experiences across a variety of categories including productivity, design, gaming, and more.
With the visionOS SDK, developers can leverage the powerful and unique capabilities of the headset and visionOS to create completely new applications in a variety of categories including productivity, design, gaming, and more.
Using the visionOS SDK, developers will be able to interact with their apps in the new visionOS simulator, according to Apple .
“Developers will be able to create new experiences using the revolutionary features of Apple Vision Pro using the same fundamental frameworks they already know from other Apple platforms, including powerful technologies such as Xcode, SwiftUI, RealityKit, ARKit and TestFlight,” the company explains. .
Apple also says it will open developer labs next month in Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. These labs provide developers with hands-on time with Vision Pro to test their applications. Apple engineers will also be available to provide on-site support.
Also next month, Apple will open a call for applications for developers who want to get the Vision Pro Developer Kit. This hardware kit can be used by developers to “quickly build, iterate, and test right on the Apple Vision Pro.”
The visionOS SDK, updated Xcode, simulator, and Reality Composer Pro are available to Apple Developer Program members on the Apple website.
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