Apple has received FCC approval to sell the Vision Pro in the US and the document confirms that the headsets do not support Wi-Fi 6E.
Wi-Fi 6E It extends the capabilities of the regular Wi-Fi 6 standard to the 6GHz band, enabling faster Wi-Fi speeds and lower signal interference with a compatible device and router. Apple devices with Wi-Fi 6E support include the latest iPad Pro models, iPhone 15 Pro, and most Mac models released in 2023.
FCC documentation show The Vision Pro does not have approved operating frequencies in the 6 GHz range, which confirms that the headsets do not have Wi-Fi 6E support. Instead, one of Apple's documents confirms that the Vision Pro supports normal Wi-Fi 6which works on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands.
Additionally, the Vision Pro also lacks ultra-wideband support.
Apple has not yet released full technical specifications for its Vision Pro, so only limited details are available. So far, Apple said the headsets feature the M2 chip, a brand new R1 chip that handles camera and microphone input, and 256GB of base storage. The device is equipped with 16 GB of RAM.