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Adobe's Firefly AI and Lightroom Apps Set to Elevate Creativity on Apple Vision Pro

Adobe's Firefly AI, renowned for its text-to-image capabilities powering features like Photoshop's generative fill, is set to become available as a native app on the Apple Vision Pro. This announcement adds another layer of creative potential to the Vision Pro, complementing Adobe's existing Lightroom photo editing software demonstrated during the headset's unveiling.

In a press release, Adobe emphasized that the new Firefly experience has been meticulously tailored for the Vision Pro's visionOS system. Users will have the ability to seamlessly move and position images generated by the app within real-world environments, such as walls or desks. The interface of the Firefly visionOS app is expected to be intuitive for users familiar with the web-based version, allowing for easy text input to generate images with just a few clicks.


Adobe emphasized that the new Firefly experience has been meticulously tailored for the Vision Pro's visionOS system
Adobe emphasized that the new Firefly experience has been meticulously tailored for the Vision Pro's visionOS system

visionOS Firefly app will offer limited editing tools and filters to refine the generated images
visionOS Firefly app will offer limited editing tools and filters to refine the generated images


Similar to its web-based counterpart, the visionOS Firefly app will offer limited editing tools and filters to refine the generated images. Notably, Adobe has prioritized safety by ensuring that the AI model behind the app is commercially safe. Images generated by Firefly will come with a content credential "nutrition label," embedding metadata that transparently identifies them as AI-generated.

Additionally, Adobe hinted at forthcoming features for the visionOS Firefly experience, including the ability to generate wrap-around panoramas and 360-degree environments, promising even more immersive creative possibilities.

Furthermore, the native Adobe Lightroom app showcased for the Vision Pro mirrors its iPad counterpart, boasting a simplified interface optimized for hand gestures. While it may not rival the full functionality of Lightroom for desktop or iPad, it offers a more engaging and interactive editing experience, potentially appealing to users seeking a fresh approach to photo editing.


The arrival of Firefly and Lightroom apps on the Vision Pro underscores Apple's commitment to catering to creative professionals. With Adobe's strong embrace of Apple Silicon and the Vision Pro's hefty price tag, creatives may find the investment worthwhile, especially considering the headset's potential to redefine immersive creativity in the VR landscape.

The arrival of Firefly and Lightroom apps on the Vision Pro underscores Apple's commitment to catering to creative professionals
The arrival of Firefly and Lightroom apps on the Vision Pro underscores Apple's commitment to catering to creative professionals
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