Last Friday the official sale of the new virtual reality glasses of the Big Apple began: the Apple Vision Pro. The networks have been flooded with reviews, personal experiences with the glasses and situations in which using the glasses can improve the environments of user productivity. To improve the experience external accessories connected by Bluetooth can be used to the Vision Pro and Apple has published a document specifying what are the compatible accessories with the glasses.

Increase the power of the Vision Pro with these Bluetooth accessories

Apple heads the support document with a paragraph in which it states that compatibility with any accessory is not guaranteed:

Compatibility of Apple Vision Pro with third-party Bluetooth devices and accessories is not guaranteed. If you are having trouble connecting Apple Vision Pro to your third-party device, please contact the device manufacturer for assistance.

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Below is a list with the main accessories that can be useful for users with Vision Pro. First of all, and as it could not be otherwise, all AirPods and Beats models can be used with glasses. In fact, if you've already paired them with other devices, they'll connect directly when you put them on thanks to automatic syncing stored in your Apple ID. However, the best headphones are the 2nd generation AirPods Pro capable of receiving lossless audio and lower latency than the rest.

They also refer to the Bluetooth keyboards that allow you to increase the speed of writing, thereby obviating the writing in the air with the Vision Pro's own virtual keyboard. Apple warns that the Vision Pro They are not compatible with older models of Apple keyboards and Trackpads with removable batteries, nor with Bluetooth mice.

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Apple also shows support for other controllers with the MFi certificate (Made for iPhone) like Xbox controllers, PlayStation or any other controller, Apple says, that works with iPadOS. Following this, the compatibility with MFi certified hearing devices and also with hearing aids from Phonak, IQBud and Poco.