Apple Vision Pro users frustrated at lack of porn support


apple vision pro users angry at lack of porn support
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The Apple Vision Pro has been something of a disappointment to VR fans, despite all the money Apple is putting behind it. Most users were already upset at the lack of apps to use and now it’s been confirmed that this new VR headset is lacking in the porn area.

404 Media (via Kotaku) reported on the VR porn community being disappointed with Apple’s foray into VR, as they can’t jerk it to the next level. It seems that fans are still trying to figure out how to watch VR porn properly in this expensive new headset and the results have been pretty disappointing.

On Reddit, various Apple Vision Pro users have vented over the lack of VR porn features. While fans can still watch “flat porn” on websites like Pornhub, porn made with VR in mind is a no-go. It’s gotten fans so steamed that they said this headset is worse than the PSVR2, which is fighting words in the VR community.

For those unfamiliar, VR porn is shot with 360-degree head movement in mind, making it more immersive than regular porn. The fact that Apple’s fancy VR machine can’t even handle this is a major disappointment, with most porn enthusiasts considering this a basic feature.

Porn isn’t the only lacking feature of the Apple Vision Pro, as the machine launched with less than 150 apps at launch. While there are some interesting apps in the works for this headset, lacking essentials like VR YouTube is a red flag for many. There’s hope for things to pick up soon, though that doesn’t erase how disappointing this headset has been thus far.

Considering all the missing features and apps, the fact this headset is still priced at a ridiculous $3,499.99 makes the whole package almost insulting. Why would you pay that much if you can’t jerk it to Mia Malkova on a 360 screen? Get it together Apple.

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The Apple Vision Pro is now available in most tech stores.

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