Apple has announced an all-new product, the Apple Vision Pro. This is a spatial computer that combines digital content with the real world, allowing users to stay present and connected with others. The Vision Pro introduces a fully three-dimensional user interface, controlled by a user’s eyes, hands, and voice. It has a high-resolution display system that packs 23 million pixels across two displays, and custom Apple silicon in a unique dual-chip design to ensure a realistic experience. It features visionOS, the world’s first spatial operating system, which lets users interact with digital content as if it is physically present in their space.
The Apple Vision Pro is Apple’s first AR/VR headset, which has been designed and engineered by Apple over the past several years. Key features of the product include the ability to blend digital content with your physical space by navigating with your eyes, voice, and hands. It is designed using a singular curved piece of glass, a pair of custom-designed micro-OLED displays, an adjustable headband, spatial audio, and an array of cameras and sensors.
Pricing and availability
The price of Apple Vision Pro for Australia has not been announced or confirmed by Apple. However, they have disclosed that the starting price for its launch in the US will be US$3,499. This suggests that the cost of the Apple Vision Pro in Australia will probably be over AUD$5,000. It will launch in the U.S. early 2024 and become available in more countries later next year.