Apple Teases Prehistoric Planet Immersive Video For Apple Vision Pro

Apple Vision Pro owners who have found that they are lacking in Immersive Video content will soon have something new to watch.

Apple has confirmed that it will offer a new Immersive Video experience with the release of a new episode in the Prehistoric Planet Immersive series on April 19.

Apple launched the Apple Vision Pro with a handful of Immersive Video experiences including Adventure, Alicia Keys: Rehearsal Room, Prehistoric Planet Immersive, and Wild Life.

Since then it shared a five-minute video to celebrate the end of the 2023 MLS season as well. But Apple Vision Pro owners have been desperate for more content.

Now, Apple says that the new Prehistoric Planet episode will be six minutes long and give viewers a look inside Triceratops Forest.

Reporting on the addition, 9to5Mac explained what viewers can expect.

Apple says that the new episode of Prehistoric Planet will be six minutes long and offer an immersive look at inside Triceratops Forest. “Deep in the woods, a curious baby triceratops learns about family bonds,” Apple says. This marks the second new Immersive Video release since Vision Pro’s launch.

The Apple Vision Pro debuted on February 2 and is currently only available in the United States. Prices begin at $3,499 for the 256GB model while options for 512GB and 1TB of storage are also available for those who feel that they need extra breathing room.

A global launch before the end of 2024 is expected, with Apple’s website saying as much. But there has so far been no indication of when that will be or which countries will be able to buy the Apple Vision Pro spatial computer before 2025.

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