The Observer Apple Vision Pro has finally arrived on the market. The pre-order campaign has ended and the device is now available in three versions with three different storage spaces: 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
The starting price is $3,499, while the 512GB and 1TB versions sell for $3,699 and $3,899, respectively. However, the price does not include lenses for people who need corrective glasses.
Ordering Vision Pro headphones is not an easy thing and just clicking on it is not enough Buy button.. It's a real experience. First, you need to measure your head circumference using your iPhone. Using the ToF Face ID scanner on your phone, you will be asked to rotate your smartphone around your head to take accurate measurements and determine the size of your mask and headbands. An essential process to ensure a comfortable fit when wearing the headset.
The second step is to decide whether you want to wear reading glasses or prescription glasses during the day. The optical accessories are supplied by Zeiss and are available in two variants: for those who read and for those who have an all-day lens prescription. The first costs $99 on top of the standard price, while the prescription lens set costs $149.
Apple said this was already the case More than 600 apps available for Vision Pro, including arcade games. Third-party games that support VR headsets can also be played as long as they can run on the Mac using the Virtual Display feature.