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Meta wants to Zuck up the Apple Vision Pro by turning Quest VR headsets into AirPlay receivers

Meta wants to Zuck up the Apple Vision Pro by turning Quest VR headsets into AirPlay receivers

One thing we loved about the Apple Vision Pro is being able to automatically connect and show a giant 4K display version of your MacBook Pro’s screen. It’s a game changer for private productivity and immersion, and Meta’s current version is a bit of a messy process to set up. Turns out the Zuck took that personally, and is looking to use one of Apple’s most important features.

As spotted by UploadVR, Meta confirmed it really wants to turn Quest headsets (like the Meta Quest 3) into AirPlay receivers, and has even asked Apple for permission to do so. This could be huge for the VR headsets, but I doubt the Cupertino crew would say “yes” to this.

(Air)Players respect the game

Meta Quest 3 on a table

(Image credit: Future)

This all started when Meta’s VP of VR, Mark Rabkin, responded to a post on X, in which he said he “would absolutely love” for AirPlay to make it to Quest. Providing more detail, Rabkin confirmed that Meta is “asking Apple for the permission” to adopt this standard.

The article was first published here

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