Apple(Apple) After the Apple Vision Pro head-mounted device was announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), it was originally scheduled to launch early next year. Now it seems that the shipping time is likely to be in March next year instead of January.
Bloomberg News reporter Mark Gurman, who specializes in tracking Apple news, reported in his weekly “Power On” column that Apple is holding back on important aspects of this product. Final testing is apparently underway, and is said to be currently being drafted. sales plan.
The Vision Pro is expected to be released in very limited quantities initially. It will be launched first in the United States and then gradually expanded to other countries.
Apple will not open up to third partiesretail sellerTo have this product delivered, consumers must make an appointment at an Apple Store or online prior to purchase.
Although the Vision Pro shipment schedule has been changed to March, software engineers are still working hard to target January as the release target. Apple’s recent VisionOS developer beta included a variety of onboarding resources that typically would have been included at the end of the testing and development process.