Since it has been designated as an experimental update, users will have to opt into it and it may not be perfect right out of the date. However, this could be huge news for those people that tend to experience nausea at lower framerates.
The upcoming three-month roadmap for Oculus Quest 2 updatesKeyboard Overlay
Memory usage and management will be better optimized for the keyboard overlay. The keyboard can now display predictive text and the keyboard can now also include the option to trigger voice dictation.120Hz Refresh Support (EXPERIMENTAL)This release offers experimental support for 120Hz refresh rates only for apps that support it. The feature will happen in two parts - API support for devs, Experimental Settings toggle to enable 120Hz and user being able to toggle 120Hz for supported apps.
As the technology becomes mainstream, virtual reality will make more worlds open up to customers. Think of resorts sharing virtual experiences to lure adventurers to book a desired holiday, or social channels such as YouTube housing content that are simply plug-and-play—the possibilities are endless.
The keyboard can be used to place the focus for text fields so that text can be selected in order to be deleted or (eventually) copied / cut. This also includes the ability to do inline text editing. A more simple layout for the keyboard is also now available for developers who prefer a more simplified version of the keyboard.
The issue with high frame rates and refresh rates for headsets like the Quest 2 that do not have the power of a high-end gaming PC behind them means that developers will have to sacrifice visual quality and the complexity of the game. Despite this, I think that the update could be great for many less demanding apps and games.