According to MacRumors, the Apple Vision Pro augmented reality glasses will officially be available for purchase starting January 27 in the U.S. market.
This information aligns with previous rumors about Apple’s AR glasses hitting the shelves at the end of January 2024.
Apple Vision Pro was previously unveiled at the WWDC 2023 event in June 2023. The product features a transparent front lens design, allowing users to observe the external world while still interacting with displayed content on the glasses.
The design of Apple Vision Pro includes cameras and sensors to track eye movements. This enables users to control the device through eye gestures, hand movements, and the Siri virtual assistant.
The user interface on Apple Vision Pro bears similarities to the macOS operating system. All applications will be displayed in front of the user’s eyes for easy access. The device is equipped with the M2 processor and a dedicated R1 chip. Apple Vision Pro is priced at $3,499.
According to CNBC, a crucial task for Apple at this juncture is to convince developers to create additional applications for this new device. This is vital as the app ecosystem plays a significant role and could determine the success or failure of the Vision Pro.