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The Vision Pro's killer app: the influence-chasing Cybertruck accessory

The Vision Pro's killer app: the influence-chasing Cybertruck accessory

The Vision Pro era is only a few days old, and while people continue to debate whether this is the future of entertainment and productivity or something else entirely, a group of people have found a well-defined use case for Apple's new gear: chasing views.

The new genre of social video “Wearing Vision Pro extraordinarily” has many forms Robotic dogs, SubwayAnd Pedestrian paths Emergence, but the area that keeps popping up in our feeds is one that has an element of Tesla/Autopilot/Cybertruck hype in the mix. the edge I asked Apple about the videos appearing on social media, but the company did not respond.

Watch X User Dante Lentini, who had to He explains Which His video It was a “skit”, and he wasn't actually arrested for wearing headphones while driving a Tesla.

Or Edert Lopez, who similarly abuses his Apple headphone Husband to diffuse Tik Tok videos:

The second was noticeable enough to attract another kind of clout-hunting. There was a free-to-play version on X The ultimate joint By US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg's account as a “reminder” that driver assistance systems require the human behind the wheel to remain fully engaged.

So where does this lead us in the clout-chasing economy? I don't know, but our eyes are where they should be – either on the road or staring closely at the windshield wipers.

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