Meta announced on Wednesday its Oculus Quest 2 all-in-one virtual reality headset now supports Apple’s Magic Keyboard.
With the upcoming Quest v37 software update coming out soon, support for Apple’s Magic Keyboard will be added to the list of supported devices under the Experimental Features menu in settings.
Oculus told iPhone in Canada with a paired Apple Magic Keyboard to your Quest 2, it will be possibly to see a 3D representation of both the keyboard and your hands in your home environment, allowing for better work and play.
Other features coming in the v37 Quest Software Update:
Sharing Made Easy: Android devices can seamlessly share links from their phone to their headset via the Oculus Mobile App; support coming for iOS devices in the future.
A New Way to Organize Your Panels: new Tablet and Desktop modes coming; Tablet displays 2D panels in a single, close-up window; Desktop mode shows 2D panels further away, helpful for multitasking
Improved Quick Actions Menu & Explore Feed: New hand-tracked gesture to get to common actions in the Quick Action Menu; Explore feed to bring new game, app and media recommendations when you turn on your Quest; new Fitness and Productivity sections
The Oculus 2 starts at $459 in Canada with 128GB of storage.
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