Apple Shares Vision Pro User Guide and Dozens of Support Documents With Useful Tips

Apple on Friday shared a wealth of information about its new Vision Pro headset, including a detailed user guide and dozens of support documents.

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We have already highlighted many topics separately, such as Optic ID, Guest User, Travel Mode, Personas, supported gestures, compatible Bluetooth accessories, charging and battery management details, cleaning instructions, the lack of Find My tracking, using the Vision Pro as an external display for a Mac, and more.

With assistance from MacRumors contributor Aaron Perris, we have created a list with nearly every Apple support document related to the Vision Pro.

Apple also shared video overviews of the Settings app, Control Center, Guest User, accessibility features, and more on visionOS.

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citysnaps Avatar
3 weeks ago
A huge hat-tip to MacRumors for the ton of work their staff put in with respect to reporting the news, stories, videos, tips, How To explainers, launches, etc on Apple Vision Pro!

Outstanding coverage over the last few weeks! For some, the sheer volume of very useful information hasn't gone unnoticed. Thank you!
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Surf Monkey Avatar
3 weeks ago

"Apple Shares Vision Pro User Guide and Dozens of Support Documents With Useful Tips"

What are they supposed to do, hide the User Guid and say "figure out this thing your own damn self"?
j/k
Apple used to pride themselves on making devices that were so intuitive that you didn’t really need a manual.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Aeolius Avatar
3 weeks ago
To be honest, I was someone disappointed that when I booted the thing up I did not see this...

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Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jdavid_rp Avatar
3 weeks ago

Apple used to pride themselves on making devices that were so intuitive that you didn’t really need a manual.
There are always manuals for devices, there is even an app “Tips” telling you how to use the newest features. lol
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CharlesShaw Avatar
3 weeks ago

Apple used to pride themselves on making devices that were so intuitive that you didn’t really need a manual.
And I remember a time when everything we needed to know about iPhoneOS was demonstrated at the keynote, but time and progress march on, and things become too complicated to explain on one page.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
threeseed Avatar
3 weeks ago

You missed his point -- the designs (hardware and software) used be so intuitive that one didn't need a manual or a "Tips App"
Original Mac 128k shipped with one. I still have it.

And they would have manuals today if it wasn't easier for people to check the online versions which do exist.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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