Apple announces Vision Pro release, pre-order dates

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Apple has announced the launch date of its long-awaited product Vision Pro

Apple announces Vision Pro release, pre-order dates

Apple has surprised consumers by revealing an expedited launch schedule for the Vision Pro, coinciding with the commencement of the CES – an annual tech event.

The Apple Vision Pro stood out as the most discussed topic throughout the year. Recent reports confirm Apple's commitment to its promise of an early 2024 release for the headsets. 

Apple officially disclosed that the Vision Pro is slated for release on Feb. 2, accompanied by a staggering price tag of $3,500.

However, these release details are specifically for the United States, with no official announcement yet regarding release dates in other countries.

For interested customers in the U.S., the headset will be accessible both in physical Apple stores and online at Apple.com. 

The pre-orders for Apple Vision Pro are scheduled to begin on Jan. 19 at 5:00 a.m. (Pacific Time). 

Furthermore, the company revealed that the Vision Pro will initially feature 256GB of storage, without hinting at the availability of higher storage capacities at this stage. 

The headset is set to be shipped with the familiar head strap showcased in marketing materials, along with an additional over-head strap designed for those seeking to alleviate extra weight. 

In addition, the package will also contain a Light Seal (eye-shroud), two Light Seal Cushions (face pads), a Vision Pro Cover for the unit's front, a polishing cloth, the external battery, a USB-C charging cable and a USB-C power adapter. 

Furthermore, the tech giant has officially disclosed the pricing for the headset's ZEISS optical inserts: $100 for 'readers' and $150 for 'prescription-specific vision correction'. 

Source: Newsroom

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