The Apple Vision Pro headset, presented last June, will be officially available in the United States on Friday February 2, 2024 after a pre-order phase which will be launched on Friday January 19, Apple announced today via press release. We learn that the basic configuration, at $3,499, will include 256 GB of storage in addition to the M2 chip. There will surely be options to move upmarket, but they are not specified. ZEISS inserts will be sold at $99 for reading lenses and $149 for prescription corrective lenses.
Apple Vision Pro
The helmet will come with a variety of accessories: there will be two headbands called Solo Knit Band (behind the head) and Dual Loop Band (on the head), a light shield and two light shield cushions, a protection called Apple Vision Pro Cover (already seen) for the front of the device, a cleaning cloth, the external battery, the USB-C charging cable and the USB-C power adapter.
We will have the latest pricing details when pre-orders open on January 19. Apple has not yet communicated about the launch in other countries: according to the latest news, France would not be affected by the second phase of marketing (Canada, China and the United Kingdom) and could have to wait several months.
This article is originally published on consomac.fr