Preorders for the Apple Vision Pro commenced today, and if you're eager to discover the compatible apps for the headset, it's worth noting that Netflix is one of the few apps not to have a native version available for the Vision Pro.

As reported by Bloomberg, Mark Gurman states that the streaming giant has no plans to release an app for Apple's upcoming spatial computer. While you can still view Netflix content on Vision Pro, accessing the streaming giant's library requires the use of a web browser.

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Bloomberg's report also mentions that YouTube and Spotify, along with Netflix, will not have native apps available for the Vision Pro at its initial launch.

The Apple Vision Pro operates on visionOS, which shares core elements with iOS and MacOS. Gurman's report from last year indicated that Netflix did not intend to develop a native app and would continue to allow its iPad app to run unmodified on the headset. John Gruber, as noted by The Verge, reported that the iPad app has been made accessible for those testing the Vision Pro. A user informed Gruber that the Netflix iPad app worked seamlessly on the headset.

Apple's Vision Pro mixed-reality headset could be available by February 2024

Prior to the commencement of preorders yesterday, Apple unveiled a variety of streaming services accessible to users. This lineup includes the previously confirmed Disney+, Crunchyroll, Prime Video, and Paramount+. The release date for the Apple Vision Pro is scheduled for February 2nd.