Apple Prepares to Launch Vision Pro in UK, Canada, and Other Countries

Apple will soon begin selling the Vision Pro in additional markets outside the U.S., according to Bloomberg, and Mark Gurman today reports that the United Kingdom and Canada are included in the list of countries where the headset is next set to launch.

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Gurman's update corroborates the exact same list of countries for the next Vision Pro launches that MacRumors revealed back in March. They include:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • UK

Apple has not announced a launch date for the Vision Pro in these countries, but it is expected to happen after the Worldwide Developers Conference, which is set to take place from June 10 to June 14.

To prepare for the multi-region launch, hundreds of employees from international retail stores have been flying into Cupertino for multi-day Vision Pro training sessions, according to Bloomberg.

Interest in the Vision Pro in the U.S. has waned in the months since its launch, leading Apple to reportedly reduce shipments. While international sales may revive enthusiasm for the device, the $3,500 USD price tag remains a significant barrier. Pricing for other countries has yet to be announced.

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Top Rated Comments

Quu Avatar
5 weeks ago
I think what hype this product once had has already died out.
Score: 30 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dumastudetto Avatar
5 weeks ago

I'm guessing for us n Australia Vision Pro with be $6-7000 dollars and after the rave reviews, I'll pass.

Thanks anyway Timmy, but if you haven't had a look around at the world right now, things aren't in a good way especially in terms of petrol and grocery prices, not that you'd know how much a litre of milk costs.

Also, thanks for putting the iPad Pro prices up in Australia, Apple truly are the only company that can get away with putting prices up in the current financial climate.

So altruistic of you and way to go bridging that gap that just keeps getting wider between the rich and the poor?.
iPad Pro is more expensive everywhere because it includes incredible new display technologies. Apple has worked to keep prices as low as possible by trimming back some features that only a small number of people used. Apple doesn't price gouge and always wants to get their products into the hands of as many people as possible.
Score: 27 Votes (Like | Disagree)
btrach144 Avatar
5 weeks ago

I think what hype this product once had has already died out.
Not sure if the hype train ever even arrived to the station to begin with. There was never a killer app previewed for it.
Score: 26 Votes (Like | Disagree)
purplerainpurplerain Avatar
5 weeks ago
I want a Mac Pro Extreme and I want macOS to add Blu-ray playback support.

Not joking.

I want to be able to watch movies without internet and buy stuff I can own that isn’t even available in streaming and never will be because of regions and distribution deals.

The promise that we will be able to legally stream any and every movie is dead. It never happened and never will. So please add support for Blu-ray.
Score: 19 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sc00ba Avatar
5 weeks ago
I'm guessing for us n Australia Vision Pro with be $6-7000 dollars and after the rave reviews, I'll pass.

Thanks anyway Timmy, but if you haven't had a look around at the world right now, things aren't in a good way especially in terms of petrol and grocery prices, not that you'd know how much a litre of milk costs.

Also, thanks for putting the iPad Pro prices up in Australia, Apple truly are the only company that can get away with putting prices up in the current financial climate.

So altruistic of you and way to go bridging that gap that just keeps getting wider between the rich and the poor?.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sc00ba Avatar
5 weeks ago

iPad Pro is more expensive everywhere because it includes incredible new display technologies. Apple has worked to keep prices as low as possible by trimming back some features that only a small number of people used. Apple doesn't price gouge and always wants to get their products into the hands of as many people as possible.
Where on the Apple website did you pull that bit of marketing garbage from?

No mate, Apple hasn't worked to keep prices as low as possible and yes they price gouge in Australia. It's now just over $2000 for a 512GB 11" iPad Pro which is almost what we used to pay for a 15" MacBook Pro in this country and when Timmy started putting the prices of that machine and many other devices in their inventory up almost ten years ago, he used the excuse of "the U.S dollar is stronger than other currency's". So when our dollar was in the toilet, Timmy decided to kick us while we were down and has kept doing so every time they release a new model of something. It's no wonder people in Australia want the old Jobs Apple mentality back where they brought out a new model for the same price as the old model, then they dropped the price of the old model.

You can stop with the hyperbole now, no one's falling for it?.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)