As Index previously reported, the Vision Pro was unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, where they talked about the device for about an hour, which went by in the blink of an eye. The Vision Pro introduced so many new features that the one-hour presentation was almost a handful; At most, only interested parties can determine exactly what the device will be.
Of course, this has been helped somewhat by reports from lucky people who have been able to test the device in the meantime, but we won't find out what the Vision Pro will really be useful for until after the debut, which we don't know will have to wait that long. Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg journalist and one of Apple's most reliable experts, previously stated that he believes Apple could start selling glasses in February, but his competitor Ming-Chi Kuo thinks so.
That the revolutionary device could be in stores as early as the end of January.
However, both agree that it will be Apple's most complex sales process yet: Apple employees have received special training, but several retail stores have also been renovated to include an Apple Vision Pro demo room where potential customers can try out the $3,500 device. .