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Apple Vision Pro privacy means apps can’t access details of users’ surroundings

Apple has published details of its Apple Vision Pro privacy measures, including preventing apps from relaying details of location, and even blocking the recording of hand gestures.

Apple's lock icon superimposed on an Apple Vision Pro
Apple says Apple Vision Pro was designed with privacy in mind from the start

In the years leading up to the launch of the Apple Vision Pro, Apple obtained over 5,000 patents, and every one of them will have included at least a mention of privacy. Now Apple has published the “Apple Vision Pro Privacy Overview,” which compiles all of the steps it has taken to keep the device user’s personal details safe.

Much of the document concerns how Apple Vision Pro abides by or exceeds Apple’s existing privacy measures, such as how it requires iPhone apps to include a “privacy nutrition” label.

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