The Lesser Creep Chronicles of Apple Vision Pro: Brian’s Alter Ego

If anything, it was the VisionOS 1.1 update that showed me that I still have the capacity to grow. I can tell you agree from the fact that you’re carrying on a normal FaceTime call without stopping every few seconds to tell me how weird my Apple Vision Pro Persona looks. The headset made me re-enroll my face to get this new persona – and frankly, it’s for the best. I’m not saying my new face definitely won’t frighten children, but I don’t think they’re going to lose much sleep over it. I should mention that even in its 1.1 iteration, the Persona feature is still technically in beta – albeit a beta open to anyone with a Vision Pro.

Hello, it’s great to talk to you again. I hope I didn’t startle you with this sudden call. Don’t worry, everything’s fine on my end. I just wanted to extend my apologies for my previous behavior. Looking back, I don’t even recognize the person I was. It was all so new and overwhelming. However, I’ve taken the time to work on myself and the results are truly remarkable.

I can’t take all the credit, of course. The recent VisionOS 1.1 update played a significant role in my personal growth. I feel like a more whole and complete version of myself, with fewer rough edges. I’ll be honest, I still have a lot of self-improvement to do, but it’s clear that I’m headed in the right direction.

I’m sure you’ve noticed the changes since we’ve been talking without any interruptions about my odd Apple Vision Pro Persona. I wouldn’t say my new appearance is flattering, but at least I resemble a human now. My hair may still look a bit strange, but it’s a different kind of strange. And although my glasses still hover as translucent silhouettes, my face doesn’t contort as much when I scratch my nose.

The update was released yesterday, and I downloaded it this morning. The headset prompted me to re-enroll my face for the new persona, and I have to admit, it was for the best. My new version is a lot clearer, and my eyes don’t look as lifeless. I can’t guarantee that my face won’t frighten children, but I don’t think they’ll lose any sleep over it.

It’s worth mentioning that even though this is the 1.1 version, the Persona feature is still technically in beta. However, it’s open to all Vision Pro users, which shows that Apple is aware that there’s still room for improvement. After all, life is a continuous process of growth and development.

That’s all I wanted to say, really. Thank you for taking the time to listen. We’ll chat again when 1.2 arrives.

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Ava Patel

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