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Apple Vision Pro: Launch Date, Price, and Pre-Order Guide

Apple's Vision Pro, a "spacial computer," is its first major entry into augmented reality and head-mounted display markets, allowing users to integrate digital material into the real world.

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Apple Vision Pro: The Apple Vision Pro is the company’s first major entry into the augmented reality and head-mounted display markets and its first new product in a number of years. The Vision Pro, dubbed a “spacial computer,” is designed to let users integrate digital material into the real world. Although it is scheduled for delivery in February, you may place a preorder much earlier.

Preorders begin on January 19, 2024, at 5 a.m. PT. You may get them on the Apple website along with any other accessories you may need for your smartphone.

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One of the priciest items in Apple’s inventory, the Apple Vision Pro will retail for $3,499 USD. After the gadget’s first release, the price tag became a hot topic of discussion, however it is yet unclear how the device compares to other HMDs.

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How to Give Apple Vision Pro a Demo Try?

In relation to Apple Vision Pro demonstrations, if you reside in the US and are unsure about purchasing the headset, you may also test it out for yourself. On a first-come, first-served basis, you may register for a trial of the Apple Vision Pro in your neighbourhood Apple Store beginning at 8AM on February 2. Based on the information we’ve got so far, it appears that you might only be allowed to test the headset over the launch weekend.

The in-store Vision Pro demo, which will reportedly entail seeing images and videos, is expected to run up to 25 minutes, as previously disclosed in Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter. You may use the headset as a temporary substitute for your PC or iPad, as well as explore a variety of third-party apps. Before the demonstration, Apple is said to scan your face to establish the ideal fit, and if you require vision correction, a representative will also use a special gadget to scan your lenses to ascertain your prescription. According to reports, Apple has “hundreds” of lenses on hand, so staff members should be able to service the majority of consumers.

Sweta Bharti
Sweta Bharti
Sweta Bharti is pursuing bachelor's in medicine. She is keen on writing on the trending topics.

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