It’s been announced that buying the Vision Pro, Apple’s mixed reality glasses unveiled at WWDC 2023, will require scheduling an appointment.
The emergence of metaverse initiatives has sparked a swift rise in interest for virtual reality headsets. At the recent WWDC developers conference, Apple formally presented the Vision Pro, their mixed reality headset.
The Vision Pro, marking a new standard in advanced glasses for environmental interaction, is set to be priced at $3,500. Apple has indicated that purchasing the Vision Pro will necessitate an appointment, and potential customers will be asked to submit their eyeglass prescriptions.
Reports suggest that the Vision Pro will first be launched in major US markets, such as New York and Los Angeles. By the end of 2024, the device is expected to be available in other countries, starting with the UK and Canada, soon extending to the entirety of the European and Asian markets.
You may also like this content
- Metaverse Platform Horizon Worlds Mobile App Released
- Meta launches virtual reality subscription service
- Historical steal from Meta to Apple’s VR/AR glasses