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The headset was revealed in June 2023, after years of rumours.

The Apple Watch was launched in 2015, and this is the first major product that the company has released since then.

US customers can pre-order this $3,499 (PS2,749) device starting in mid-January. However, no date has yet been announced for the UK launch.

Apple announced that its long-awaited Vision Pro headphones will be available in the United States on February 2, 2019.

According to the Financial Times Apple’s production forecasts have been halved, from an estimated 1 million units in 2024 to 400,000.

In a blog aimed at developers, it stated: “Don’t call your app experience augmented reality (AR), VR, extended reality (XR), and mixed reality (MR).” The company is also telling app developers to brand their applications as “spatial computation” instead of using the name headset.

New Vision Pro Trailer

Apple also released an online trailer featuring film characters wearing helmets and goggles. As the competitors like Xreal and Rokid are making waves Apple is trying to create a buzz around Vision Pro once again.

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Apple announced that it will release the device on September 29th. It also confirmed the device’s 256GB storage capacity and clarified the eye-tracking feature of the headset can be used to monitor only one dominant eye for those who don’t have the full use of their two eyes.

What do we know about the Apple Vision Pro headset?

Apple’s user interface is minimalist and classic. When the headset is turned on, you see images not through glass but through the on-board cameras.

The physical dial allows you to adjust the size of what you are viewing. You can choose to have it fill your entire room, or superimpose a TV on the wall.

No matter how much you are immersed, you will still be able to see someone walking in front of your face.

Apple headsets are lighter because the battery is not attached. However, it means the battery must be placed next to you, connected to a cable.

The “mixed reality” experience is digital content projected onto your surroundings.

Press the button at the top of the right-hand side and you will see familiar icons that you are already familiar with if you own an iPhone – iMessage, Photos, Apple TV, etc. (there will be others as developers create them).

From then on, gesture control is the way to go – when you pinch your thumb and index finger together and look at an application, it will open.

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