Apple Posts Vision Pro Job Listings in Australia, China, and Japan Following UK Last Year

Apple this week posted identical job listings related to the Vision Pro in Australia, China, and Japan, as international availability of the headset looms.

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Apple is looking to hire a so-called "Briefing Experience Specialist" in all three countries. This is a sales position that will involve demonstrating the Vision Pro's capabilities to business/enterprise customers, according to the job listing.

"You will design and deliver demonstrations that present the capabilities of the product and its revolutionary new technology," the job listing says. "You will also showcase solutions, representative use cases, and transformative user workflows that inspire customer investment in the technology, the visionOS platform, and the product itself."

Apple posted the same job listing for the Vision Pro in the U.K. last year, but the headset remains available in the U.S. only following its February 2 launch.

On its website, Apple says the Vision Pro will launch in more countries later this year, but the company has not provided a more specific timeframe, or indicated exactly where the headset will become available next. Last month, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said he believed the Vision Pro would launch internationally before Apple's annual developers conference WWDC, which typically takes place in the first week of June.

MacRumors contributor Aaron Perris recently obtained information that suggests Apple is preparing to expand the Vision Pro to Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and the U.K. at a minimum, and the "Briefing Experience Specialist" job listings have now been posted in at least four of those countries.

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Top Rated Comments

citysnaps Avatar
18 weeks ago

This would actually be an incredibly difficult job.
I can't think of one use case, and would be unable to lie enough to convince people that this is revolutionary or inspiring.
I'm at the other end of the spectrum, being able to easily talk about at least a couple dozen creative use possibilities. No lying necessary.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Eso Avatar
18 weeks ago

That’s why you don’t make the big bucks at Apple. :)
I, too, believe one should habitually lie for large sums of money ?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Highway61 Avatar
18 weeks ago
If you thought the AppleCar was good, wait until you try the VisionPro.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HDFan Avatar
18 weeks ago

Anyone still using their Vision Pro?
Hours daily. I am continually amazed at the technology in the VP and how they have implemented it. It has its flaws (weight, glare) but for me they are insignificant compared to the pluses. When you moving out of an immersive environment it starts coming back at your lap first so you can see things like a keyboard.

1. Travel to Zimbabwe, Machu Picchu, Foz do Iguaçu without leaving your chair using the share spatial app. It gives you 90% of the visual experience for those who can't actually go there.

2. Use a 6 foot monitor from your mac

3. Play lossless music from your AirPods Pro 2 with the album cover inches from your face. Much more enjoyable.

4. Run a "Mindfullness" or other mediation app to help relax and sleep. Take a snooze by a running creek in an Oregon winter scene. See the results of the mediation if you have an Apple Watch.

5. Watch a 3D concert where the singer swings her hair in your face with AmazeVR concerts, although it is a bit creepy.

6. Explore the constellations. Grab one out of the night sky to know more about it with SkyGuide

7. Checkout which flights are landing at an airport in 3D with their plane type, where they came from, etc. with testflight

8. Explore extinct creatures with David Attenborough. Watch them in 3D in their native environment.

9. Convert your old photos into 3D ones with Spacial Media Toolkit. Just a start but shows what can be done.

10. Explore the Mars lander in 3D. Grab a part and see what it does with Exploring Mars.

11. Travel to a museum for a close look at the Mona Lisa with Art Authority museum. Explore contemporary artists with Art Universe.

12. Not a gamer but occasionally play Legos in 3D or place parts on a music store

13. Movies, some in 3D, of course with Apple TV and Disney Plus. Much better than going to the theater. No fuzzy screen, better sound.

And this is just the start. More great stuff is coming.

Things to look for once VP is available in your market.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
redcarlsen Avatar
18 weeks ago
This would actually be an incredibly difficult job.
I can't think of one use case, and would be unable to lie enough to convince people that this is revolutionary or inspiring.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
haunebu Avatar
18 weeks ago
Anyone still using their Vision Pro? I don't mean to be snarky about it. If you're using it regularly, why?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)