Apple’s Vision Pro headset is finally within reach, promising to revolutionize how we work, play, and connect. Apple’s Vision Pro headset is finally up for grabs, and you can snag one right now! Head to their website or any Apple store in the US to pre-order this game-changing device. Think of it as a mix of virtual reality and augmented reality, but Apple calls it “spatial computing.” Fancy! Basically, it brings digital worlds to life, and you can control everything with your eyes, hands, or even your voice. Talk about seamless!
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Apple Vision Pro headset price and launch date
The Vision Pro is priced starting at $3,499, and it comes with 256GB of storage. The much-anticipated series from Apple will officially be launched on February 2, 2024.
Apple Vision Pro packaging
Included are a battery pack, face seal, seal cushion, front cover, an optionally adjustable upper headband, a 30W USB-C adapter with a USB-C charging cable, and a polishing cloth.
Apple Vision Pro headset: How to preorder
Starting January 19, the Apple Vision Pro headset is open for pre-orders in the United States. Initially, this advanced headset is exclusively accessible for purchase in the US, and you have the option to either order it online or visit a store for your purchase. You can directly visit Apple’s official website or authorized retailers to get your hands on one.
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Apple employees to get a 25% discount
Apple has sent out a note offering its employees an impressive 25% discount on the purchase of the Apple Vision Pro headset, as reported by Bloomberg. This isn’t the first time the business has given rewards to its workers; in the past, it offered 50% off of products like Apple and HomePod.
Given the high price tag of the Vision Pro headset, which stands at $3,500 or approximately ₹2,90,000, the 25% discount is a noteworthy perk.
Apple Vision Pro headset features
As per the company, its’ new spatial computing technology allows navigation, “simply by using your eyes, hands, and voice. So you can do the things you love in ways never before possible.”
23 million pixels
3D display system
7.5‑micron pixel pitch
Supported refresh rates: 90Hz, 96Hz, 100Hz
Supports playback multiples of 24fps and 30fps for judder‑free video
Stereoscopic 3D main camera system
Spatial photo and video capture
18 mm, ƒ/2.00 aperture
6.5 stereo megapixels
Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking
Personalized Spatial Audio and audio ray tracing
- 8‑core CPU with 4 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores
- 10‑core GPU
- 16‑core Neural Engine
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