Microsoft 365 Apps Will Be Available on Apple Vision Pro at Launch

Microsoft 365 Apps Will Be Available on Apple Vision Pro at Launch

Exciting news for Apple Vision Pro users worldwide! Microsoft has just announced that starting February 2, their popular suite of Microsoft 365 apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, will be available on the App Store for the much-anticipated mixed reality headset.

What’s even more impressive is the inclusion of Microsoft’s Copilot AI tool, designed to assist users with tasks like drafting, editing, and summarizing.

This marks a significant enhancement to the user experience, making the Apple Vision Pro an even more powerful tool for productivity and creativity.

In today’s announcement, Microsoft’s Gabriel Valdez Malpartida shared insights about the latest developments.

“Now, with Apple Vision Pro, these apps make use of the infinite canvas of spatial computing and can appear side by side at any scale for incredible multitasking.”

Netflix, YouTube, and Spotify currently have no immediate intentions to release specialized apps for Apple Vision Pro.

Microsoft manufactures its own mixed-reality headset, HoloLens. However, the future of this initiative within the company is uncertain, potentially leaving room for Apple’s Vision Pro to become another instance of Apple popularizing a technology initially introduced by Microsoft.

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