One Apple Vision Pro early adopter, seen in the video below, was arrested for using his goggle device while driving a Tesla:
This man was arrested for using Apple Vision Pro while driving a Tesla. pic.twitter.com/42t5RShEB6
— My name is ???? ? (@4SingleRahi) February 4, 2024
Another video shared to X shows an Apple Vision Pro early adopter doing the same thing, but in a Tesla Cybertruck set to "self-driving" mode:
?NEW: Tesla Cybertruck in self-driving mode + Apple Vision Pro goggles.
Isn't it scary? pic.twitter.com/zwlZlRIi4V
— InsidersHut (@insidershut) February 4, 2024
Then we have this guy roaming around a mall with his Apple Vision Pro affixed to his face, cords draping around his body and all:
It has begun ???? pic.twitter.com/61NGrRe2Wh
— Clown World ™ ? (@ClownWorld_) February 5, 2024
The "End Wokeness" X account also shared the following video of various other Apple Vision Pro early adopters roaming the streets of busy cities, driving cars, sitting on park benches, and doing other public things with their mixed-reality goggles plastered over their faces:
Society is one step closer to dystopia pic.twitter.com/r5PBGgeeZS
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) February 4, 2024
(Related: During the COVID "pandemic," Apple CEO Tim Cook signed a secret $275 billion deal with the Chinese Communist Party [CCP] to enhance China's technological capabilities and economy at large.)
It is the video clips of Apple Vision Pro users driving around with their mixed-reality goggles on that is particularly disturbing, as doing this puts other drivers, bikers and pedestrians at risk from this irresponsible behavior.
One wonders if Apple will be held criminally liable for such instances when, not if, they occur as increasingly more tech zombies snap up the $4,000-a-piece tech junk to pair with their Apple Watches, Apple iPhones and other Apple junkware.
Keep in mind that "The Simpsons" predicted all this:
The Simpsons predicted the Apple Vision Pro. Unreal! pic.twitter.com/xsMcIViYHz
— Not Jerome Powell (@alifarhat79) February 4, 2024
"Yeah, let's wear a $4,000 piece of tech on my head, in public, that also distracts me almost completely from the real world while I'm using it," one commenter mocked about this ridiculous new phenomenon. "Trust me, criminals will take care of most of these idiots."
Another wrote that the same people camping out to be the first to buy an Apple Vision Pro will also be first in line for brain chips like the kind billionaire electric vehicle (EV) guru Elon Musk is pushing through his Neuralink company.
"How long will it be until they become mandatory?" this same commenter wondered.
"It reminds me of that 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' episode when they got dangerously-addicted to this alien headset," expressed another. "They had to head-thought put something into a moving / craving cone. Anyone recall that?"
"I think a complete look would be to wear a virus mask at the same time."
Others noted that the Apple Vision Pro will likely one day be retrofit with automatic deletion, canceling, de-platforming and alert-the-authorities functions that will allow Big Brother to decide who gets to participate in society and whose social credit score renders them unworthy of existence.
"Can they be connected to the authorities in real time?" one asked about the headsets. "To track their movements and stuff? Subtract or add social credit points to people on the fly?"
Mixed- and virtual-reality devices like the Apple Vision Pro really are a police state's dream come true. Find out more at PoliceState.news.
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