Vision Pro will be seamlessly integrated into Apple’s iPhone 15, iPhone 16, and Watch through UWB and Wi-Fi 7.. Apple recently unveiled the Vision Pro, launching a brand-new product line and entering the VR/AR headsets market.
However, to achieve smooth interaction with the new headset, some significant adjustments will be made to its well-known iPhone series. The Cupertino-based business strives to improve the integration of its forthcoming iPhone models with the Vision Pro headset, claims renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
The business will reportedly include hardware enhancements to its next iPhones to do this. This decision should be familiar, given how easily the company links a variety of goods across several platforms, including MacBooks, iPads, and iPhones.
Vision Pro will be seamlessly integrated into Apple’s iPhone 15, iPhone 16, and Watch through UWB and Wi-Fi 7
According to Kuo, Apple’s forthcoming iPhone models may soon have Wi-Fi 7 and UWB (Ultra Wideband) technologies. They could use the new Vision Pro headset more effectively if they did this. To provide a strong and smooth connection with the newest member of the Apple ecosystem, the iPhone 15 is thus anticipated to ship with an improved Ultra Wideband processor.
The U1 processor, according to Kuo, will be updated for the upcoming iPhones. For those unaware, the iPhone 11 included the first UWB chipset. Even current capabilities like AirDrop, Find Me, and others would benefit from improvements made possible by the new and upgraded chip. Better integration with the Vision Pro headset is the main advantage of the updated U1 processor, though.
Additionally, according to Kuo, the iPhone 16 will be the first smartphone from the manufacturer to include Wi-Fi 7. This wireless technology will make faster speeds and many other advantages possible. For improved virtual and augmented reality experiences, this is essential. Overall, we might even anticipate improved platform integration thanks to technology.