Apple’s Vision Pro headsets, first announced last June
The company stated on Monday that the product will be released in the United States in the beginning of next month.
The headsets are available for pre-order on Friday, January 19 and can be picked up or delivered on February 2 by customers.
The VR goggles, priced at $3,499, will be sold at all U.S. Apple stores and on their website.
Apple characterizes the headsets as a tool that seamlessly integrates digital content with the real world and enables immersive spatial experiences on visionOS. The device is operated through natural and intuitive inputs, such as a user’s eyes, hands, and voice.
On Monday, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, announced that the device’s interface will revolutionize the way we connect, create, and explore.
The “visionOS” system, which runs the headset, allows users to effortlessly interact with apps by simply glancing at them through the lenses instead of tapping on a screen icon to access the app.
Apple states that a simple movement of the wrist prompts the device to scroll.
They are being marketed by Apple as the first spatial computers in the world.
According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the release of the VR device at last June’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference marks the introduction of spatial computing, following the Mac and iPhone’s introduction of personal and mobile computing, respectively.