Apple Vision Pro is set to launch on February 2 and pre-orders are open now.

Mufiz T P
Verified writer

22 January

Apple has unveiled the Apple Vision Pro, its latest wearable device boasting a three-dimensional user interface and spatial computing capabilities. Set to launch on February 2nd, pre-orders are open now, starting at $3,499 USD. Initially, it will be available exclusively in the United States through Apple Stores and online.

Termed a "spatial computer," the Vision Pro integrates a stereoscopic display system with two high-resolution micro-OLED displays, one for each eye. Collaborating with Apple's new visionOS operating system, these displays overlay digital content onto the user's physical environment. The visionOS interface is hands-free, responding to eye movements, hand gestures, and voice commands.

With access to over a million existing iOS and iPadOS apps, the Vision Pro's new visionOS input systems make interaction seamless. An exclusive App Store for spatial computing offers apps designed specifically for the Vision Pro, allowing users to arrange and scale apps freely in their environment.

Accessibility is a focal point in the Vision Pro's design, incorporating features like VoiceOver, Zoom, and Switch Control. Privacy is emphasized, with features like Optic ID iris authentication and private eye-tracking data. New features include Persona for lifelike representations during video calls and conferences, and EyeSight for visual cues about the user's focus.