From February 2nd, customers can register for it in Apple Stores in the USA Demo from Vision Pro viewers. In an email, Apple said it will offer these demos from February 2-4 on a first-come, first-served basis.
In his newsletter Asaid Bloomberg's Mark Gurman Each demo lasts 20 to 25 minutes. After a calibration process, the customer sees photos, panoramas, space photos and space videos in the Photos app. Next, customers will learn how to position multiple app windows and scroll through pages in Safari. They will then watch immersive 3D content, including films, clips from sporting events and a very immersive scene.
Some journalists, various YouTube creators and others who were invited to attend WWDC 2023 last June were able to enjoy a similar screening experience, which will now also be open to the public.
According to Gurman, it is Vision Pro demo device They will also come pre-installed with various third-party apps that will be available in the App Store at launch. Since the beginning of January, Apple has allowed developers to submit visionOS apps for approval.
We remind you that pre-orders for the Vision Pro in the US begin on January 19th. Prices start at $3,499. The headset will be available from February 2nd.