Apple Releases visionOS 1.0.2 Two Days Before Vision Pro Launch

Apple today released a visionOS 1.0.2 update for the Vision Pro headset, according to developer Nicolás Álvarez. The software comes a week after the release of the visionOS 1.0.1 update.

Apple Vision Pro with battery Feature Blue Magenta
There is no word on what is included in ‌visionOS‌ 1.0.2, and while the Vision Pro has yet to be released, review units are in the hands of members of the media, and they will be able to download and install this update.

‌visionOS‌ 1.0.2 addresses a WebKit vulnerability that Apple says may have been actively exploited. The issue was also fixed in ‌visionOS‌ 1.0.1 for developers, but the fix is in ‌visionOS‌ 1.0.2 for those updating from ‌visionOS‌ 1.0.

It is worth noting that Vision Pro owners will have a day one update to install this software when they begin receiving their headsets on Friday.

The Vision Pro will ship with version one of the ‌visionOS‌ software, but we are expecting to see visionOS 2 with new features at WWDC in June.

Related Roundups: visionOS, visionOS 2
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chrono1081 Avatar
25 weeks ago

Day 1 fixes are pretty standard, before people overreact though I am sure they will anyway.
My favorite is when any kind of update comes out (you especially see it with firmware updates) people scream about how "back in the old days you didn't need updates!"

Uh, yea ya did you just didn't know about it because consumers were stuck with whatever version they bought, bugs and all. Issues were updated on later product runs.
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ProfessionalFan Avatar
25 weeks ago
Day 1 fixes are pretty standard, before people overreact though I am sure they will anyway.
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PsykX Avatar
25 weeks ago
WWDCs from now on will probably become longer than ever, as visionOS is certainly going to receive a lot of major updates in its first few years of existence. I hope they won't cut time for other OSes like macOS, which already doesn't get that much attention.
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25 weeks ago
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25 weeks ago
Apple fine tuning after the YouTube reviews
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currentinterest Avatar
25 weeks ago
I like a company that is ready to fix things as the emerge. These changes will not be new features. We won’t see anything like that until 1.1, if then. Given what’s in 1.0.2, it looks like 2.0 will be pretty exciting next year, or late this fall.
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