Apple plans to launch its Vision Pro headset in March 2024. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple plans to debut its Vision Pro mixed-reality headset in March. The tech titan apparently intended to debut the headset in January but is still working on distribution strategies and final device testing.
Apple plans to launch its Vision Pro headset in March 2024
When Apple launched the $3,499 Vision Pro in June, the firm stated that it would be available in early 2024, so Apple is still theoretically on schedule.
The headset will first be available in the United States, and it is expected to be available in other countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom, before the end of the year. Because Apple usually conducts its spring event in March, the Vision Pro will most likely be promoted at the event.
VisionOS, the software that powers the Vision Pro, is described by Apple as “the first OS designed from the ground up for spatial computing.” The three-dimensional interface of the program frees apps from the constraints of a traditional display.
Apple has stated that the Vision Pro headset’s App Store would feature all compatible iPhone and iPad apps by default. In addition, over 100 Apple Arcade titles will be accessible on VisionOS at launch.
Unlike some other AR headsets on the market, the Vision Pro’s battery pack is separate from the device. Instead, a connection from the back connects to a battery pack that can last up to two hours. Users can also plug into the wall for continuous use.