Meta Quest Pro will soon include WiFi 6E compatibility
Meta Quest Pro will be available soon. Meta will soon begin distributing its updated Quest firmware, which includes a particularly useful feature for Meta Quest Pro owners. WiFi 6E functionality has been added to the company’s most expensive VR headset. So, provided you have a suitable router and a fast enough internet connection, you may use your headset at speeds of up to 1.6 Gbps.
Faster downloads may be handy for people who want to try out another new feature available on all models (except the first, regrettably). After installing the v53 firmware, you can have all of your apps automatically updated before the headset shuts down. According to Meta, this should help you avoid waiting for an app update the next time you pick up your headset. However, this may only be truly beneficial for the most ardent Quest users. If you go a few weeks between VR experiences, you may still need to update apps when you put your headset back on. You may disable this feature in the power-off dialogue.
Another option is to help parents and guardians manage what teens can view via the Quest browser. The Website Category Filter in Quest Browser is self-explanatory. It can be used to restrict access to websites that fall into specific categories, such as gambling, hatred, and terrorism. The filters are associated with accounts rather than devices and can be configured via the parental supervision option in the Quest mobile app.
It’s possible to watch Twitch there on the Meta Quest Browser unless a parent or guardian specifically forbids it. Furthermore, Meta is transferring several advanced camera settings from the Experimental Settings page into the core camera settings. Finally, users will be able to record video with stereo audio rather than just mono.