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Apr 12, 2001

Apple today released the first beta of an upcoming visionOS 1.2 update to developers, allowing them to test new features ahead of the software seeing a public launch. The visionOS 1.2 beta comes a month after the release of visionOS 1.1.


The visionOS beta can be downloaded by going to the Settings app on the device and toggling on developer betas. A registered developer account is required, and Apple recommends making a backup before installing new software.

Apple may make further improvements to Personas, EyeSight, and other features with visionOS 1.2. We'll update this article when we discover what's new in the software.

Article Link: Apple Releases First Beta of visionOS 1.2 to Developers
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macrumors G4
Nov 9, 2015
Silicon Valley, CA
FYI what dropped today to devs
  • iOS 17.5 beta (21F5048f) - April 2, 2024
  • iPadOS 17.5 beta (21F5048f) - April 2, 2024
  • macOS 14.5 beta (23F5049f) - April 2, 2024
  • tvOS 17.5 beta (21L5543d) - April 2, 2024
  • visionOS 1.2 beta (21O5555e) - April 2, 2024
  • watchOS 10.5 beta (21T5545f) - April 2, 2024

Amazing Iceman

macrumors 603
Nov 8, 2008
Florida, U.S.A.
The option to install Beta updates disappeared on my AVP.
Anyone else having the same issue?

EDIT: The solution was to search for ‘Beta’ inside Settings. It showed me the menu to enter my developer account.
Installing now.
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macrumors member
Feb 13, 2022
Is support for Headphone Accommodations now available for AirPods Pro used with the AVP?


macrumors demi-god
Apr 17, 2015
Seattle, WA
This version seems to anchor things more securely. In the previous OS, when I was sitting in front of my monitor, things floated a little more loosely.
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