Apple Launching Vision Pro in These 8 Countries by Mid-July

Apple today announced that the Vision Pro headset will be available in eight additional countries over the coming weeks.

Vision Pro International
The headset is launching in China, Japan, and Singapore on June 28, followed by Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the UK on July 12.

Pre-orders start June 13 in the first wave of countries, and on June 28 in the second:

Apple today announced Apple Vision Pro will expand to new countries and regions, with pre-orders for China mainland, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore beginning this Thursday, June 13, at 6 p.m. PT and availability beginning Friday, June 28. Customers in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom can pre-order Vision Pro beginning Friday, June 28, at 5 a.m. PT, with availability beginning Friday, July 12.

visionOS 1.2 adds support for languages in these countries and regions.

Apple first launched the Vision Pro in the U.S. in early February, with the spatial computing headset starting at a costly $3,499 there.

visionOS 2 includes a range of new features and changes, such as a redesigned Photos app with SharePlay support, the ability to turn existing 2D photos into spatial photos with machine learning, new hand gestures for frequently used features like Home View and Control Center, a larger ultra-wide version of Mac Virtual Display that is equivalent to two 4K monitors side by side, support for a physical mouse, and more.

Related Roundups: WWDC 2024, Apple Vision Pro
Buyer's Guide: Vision Pro (Buy Now)

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£3500 is roughly $4400. What an utter scandalous price.
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£3500!!!!!!!!!!!!! Erm….. no
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Question: Will it still be worth buying it, with the next iteration probably around the corner
We have no idea when the Vision Pro will be refreshed, or what the updates will entail either. So it’s really anyone’s guess at this point.
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Question: Will it still be worth buying it, with the next iteration probably around the corner
Not before 2026 said the last rumors.
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Dang, I don't know why but I was hoping for a price drop. Apple did this for the 1st generation iPhone within the first year.
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