Apple Unveils Vision Pro: Pre-Orders Open for Revolutionary Spatial Computing Device

by Tushar Bhalerao / 26-02-2024 / comments
Apple Unveils Vision Pro: Pre-Orders Open for Revolutionary Spatial Computing Device

Apple Vision Pro, the company’s first spatial computing device, is now available for pre-order and will be released on February 2, 2024. The headset, which combines augmented reality and virtual reality, promises to deliver immersive and interactive experiences for entertainment, productivity, and connection.

The Apple Vision Pro starts at $3,499 for the 256GB model, and goes up to $3,699 for 512GB and $3,899 for 1TB. The device also requires ZEISS Optical Inserts, which are customized lenses that fit inside the headset to match the user’s vision. The optical inserts cost $99 for readers and $149 for prescription lenses.

The headset features two 4K displays, one for each eye, that offer more pixels than a 4K TV. It also has a 3D camera that can capture spatial photos and videos, which can be viewed on the device with Spatial Audio. The device runs on visionOS, a new spatial operating system that allows users to control the headset with their eyes, hands, and voice. Users can also access their favorite apps, such as Safari, Notes, Messages, and FaceTime, on an infinite canvas that can be arranged and scaled in their space.

Apple Vision Pro is designed to be comfortable and elegant, with a single piece of laminated glass that acts as an optical surface for the cameras and sensors. The device also comes with a Light Seal, which is a magnetic attachment that blocks out stray light and conforms to the user’s face. The device has a battery life of up to 10 hours, and can be charged with a 30W USB-C power adapter.

Apple Vision Pro is expected to revolutionize the field of spatial computing, and offer new possibilities for entertainment, work, and socializing. The device is compatible with iPhone 15 or later, and requires iOS 16 or later. Users can pre-order the device from the Apple website or book a demo at the Apple Store.

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