Home Virtual Reality I tried to use the Apple Vision Pro to watch the Super Bowl but stopped — here’s why

I tried to use the Apple Vision Pro to watch the Super Bowl but stopped — here’s why

The NFL doesn’t have a dedicated Apple Vision Pro app yet, but that didn’t stop me from trying to watch parts of Super Bowl 2024 through Apple’s spatial computer. And I have to tell you it looked glorious. 

It’s just too bad I couldn’t bring myself to watch the Big Game for long. And it has nothing to do with this headset’s capabilities.

I gave the Vision Pro my first shot during the Super Bowl pregame show, firing up the Paramount Plus app on the device. Note that this is a so-called Compatible App, which means that Paramount Plus has not yet developed a native Vision Pro app. But this supersized iPad app inside the headset was still impressive.

(Image credit: Future)

Once I went into full-screen mode I made the video window about as large as my living room wall, dwarfing my 65-inch Samsung QLED TV. And the picture was very crisp even at this large size. I felt like I was on the stage when Mr. Irrelevant Brock Purdy was drafted last.

I felt like an anti-social Vision Hole. It’s one thing if you’re going to watch sports by yourself. But putting on the Vision Pro during the biggest game of the year around family and friends just felt rude and wrong.



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