Apple Vision Pro: How and When to Experience it First

Apple enthusiasts in the United States are eagerly counting down the days until they can experience the highly anticipated Apple Vision Pro. If you’re wondering how and when you can try this revolutionary device, here’s all the information you need.

Apple Vision Pro Demos

Starting from February 2 at 8 a.m. local time, Apple stores across the United States will open their doors for exclusive Apple Vision Pro demos. This exciting opportunity allows users to get a firsthand look at the device and explore its groundbreaking features.

The demo sessions are set to run from February 2 to 4, and they’ll be conducted on a “first come, first served” basis. Each demo is designed to last between 20 to 25 minutes, providing a personalized and immersive experience.

Demo Highlights:

  1. Device Calibration: The demo begins with a calibration process where Apple employees will scan the user’s head using Face ID. This scan helps determine specific requirements such as the appropriate light seal, foam cushion, and strap size. For users with glasses, additional adjustments will be made.
  2. Exploring Features: Once the device is calibrated, users can dive into exploring the Vision Pro’s features. They can view photos from the native application, including panoramas and spatial videos. The demo also covers how to position multiple application windows and navigate Safari, showcasing the device’s capabilities.
  3. Immersive 3D Content: Users will experience immersive 3D content, possibly including clips from movies and sporting events. This segment offers a glimpse of the entertainment and productivity potential of the Vision Pro.

When and Where to Buy Apple Vision Pro

For those eager to own the Apple Vision Pro, pre-orders in the United States began on January 19. The device comes with a starting price of $3,499, and its official release date is set for February 2.

As for availability outside the United States, Apple has not yet provided information on when or if the Vision Pro will be released in other countries. While it may be frustrating for international customers, there’s hope that the device will expand its reach to other regions, including European countries and Spain, later in the year.

In the meantime, Apple fans in the United States can mark their calendars for the exclusive demos and get ready to explore the future of wearable technology with the Apple Vision Pro.