According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman: Apple could be preparing its Vision Pro “space computer” for launch “around March.”
That would put the Vision Pro’s launch window in “early next year,” which Apple has mentioned several times since announcing the device at WWDC in June.
If Gurman is right and the launch window isn’t pushed back, users in the United States – the first to have access – could have access to Vision Pro and navigate visionOS using air gestures within months.
Everything indicates that Apple is close to the home stretch before the Vision Pro is ready. The latest visionOS beta not only allows anyone with the iOS 17.2 beta to record spatial videos with an iPhone 15 Pro, but also shows how to create a virtual “person” by holding the Vision Pro at arm’s length, to scan the head.
There has never been a product like the Vision Pro »Cook told investors. “We’re deliberately only rolling it out in our stores so we can focus a lot on the final details.” “We’ll be offering in-store demonstrations and it will be a very different process to the normal grab-and-go process. “