Gear VR is getting a major update this week, and it’s coming with some serious changes.
We’ve already got some screenshots to show you, and we’ll update this article with more as they come in.
Here are the key points in the new update:As we reported earlier this week , the new app lets you shop for gear, customize your Gear VR, and watch videos with friends in real time.
That’s pretty cool, but if you want to go in-depth and find out more about the Gear VR’s new features, you can find it on the Gear App store.
The app is also being updated to include a redesigned shopping interface and a brand new user interface that’s designed to make it easier for you to customize your device.
We already know a few new things about the updated Gear VR.
The first is that the app will let you change the default screen resolution from 1920×1080 to 1280×720.
That is the new default screen size for most VR headsets.
The new default resolution is also the resolution of the Gear Live TV app, which is the default TV app for many VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
It’s worth noting that the default resolution for the GearVR is 1080p, but you can set it to any resolution you want.
This is great because Gear VR will look better on the screen that you are watching it on.
The Gear VR app also lets you customize your default settings for your GearVR.
You can change your resolution, refresh rate, and other settings, and you can also set your VR headset to have a static image on the side of the screen.
You’ll also get an option to change the size of your wallpaper, which you can do from the main settings menu.
The new GearVR update will be available for both Android and iOS devices on October 15.
We expect the update to be a big hit with users.
The Gear VR can handle 60fps video playback, and even with some games like Gears of War: Ultimate Edition that won’t be an issue for everyone.
The update should also be a hit with Gear VR owners because it adds the ability to use the new Oculus Touch controllers, which were first announced last year.