When does Apple plan to launch its Vision Pro headset?

When does Apple plan to launch its Vision Pro headset?

According to reports that Apple plans to deliver its Vision Pro mixed-reality headset in March. According to reports, the tech giant intended to deliver the headset in January, but it is currently finalising its distribution plans and testing the product.

Apple officially remained on track with its release plan when it revealed the $3,499 Vision Pro back in June, stating that the product would be available in early 2024.

The headset will first be available in the US before being released in other nations by the end of the year, such as the UK and Canada. Given that Apple usually hosts its spring event in March, it seems likely that the tech giant will utilise the occasion to promote the Vision Pro.

Apple refers to visionOS, the operating system that powers the Vision Pro, as “the first OS designed for the ground up for spatial computing.” Apps are liberated from the confines of a traditional display due to the software’s three-dimensional interface.

According to Apple, all compatible iPhone and iPad apps will be automatically included in the App Store for the Vision Pro headset. Additionally, upon launch, more than 100 Apple Arcade games will be accessible on VisionOS.

The Vision Pro’s battery pack is separate from the headset, in contrast to certain other AR headsets available on the market. Instead, a battery pack that lasts for up to two hours is connected by a line coming from the back. Or, for continuous use, users can plug into the wall.

The headset is equipped with a new R1 chip, which handles video streaming, in addition to the traditional M2 chip. The Vision Pro fits 23 million pixels onto two panels thanks to micro-OLED technology. A component of the Vision Pro is called “EyeSight,” which projects your eyes onto a front-facing display so that others in the room can see them.

Given its price, it appears that business purchasers rather than typical consumers are the target audience for this product. The “Pro” in the device’s name seems to imply that a less expensive version may be on the way, as according to report.

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