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Here's What It Looks Like When You Install a visionOS Update on Apple Vision Pro

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The Vision Pro is set to come out tomorrow, and Apple has already released a visionOS 1.0.2 update, which means there will be a day-one update that Vision Pro owners need to install.

CNET's Scott Stein today shared a video that demonstrates what the Vision Pro looks like when an update is installed. While the update is in progress, there's a bar on the front display that slowly fills up as the update is installed, and when it's done, an Apple logo is shown during a restart.

What it looks like when you install a Vision Pro OS update - the front display gives you a progress bar pic.twitter.com/XZp8sqTkbs

— Scott Stein (@jetscott) February 1, 2024

Apple plans to regularly update the software on the Vision Pro going forward, and we are expecting to see visionOS 2.0 unveiled at WWDC in June.
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