Apple Vision Pro may launch outside the US before WWDC 2024.

Apple Vision Pro may launch outside the US before WWDC 2024.

Apple revealed last week that the Vision Pro, which retails for over $3500, will be available for pre-order on January 19. Beginning on February 2, the shipments will begin. At the same time, it will also be available at the official store of the brand. The tech behemoth has been mum on when its mixed-reality headset will be available in markets other than the United States. Now that Ming-Chi Kuo, a renowned analyst, has revealed the Vision Pro’s availability outside of the country.

Potential international rollout of Apple Vision Pro

According to Kuo, Apple may release the Vision Pro outside of the US before WWDC 2024. The developer conference of the company is held every year during the first week of June. In his opinion, the visionOS global development ecosystem would benefit from a release before the event, he says.

To add insult to injury, there are three main reasons why Vision Pro has not been released internationally just yet. The first is that there will be a first run of only a few thousand mixed-reality headsets. The second justification is that the mixed reality headset is selling like hotcakes in America. Last but not least, the release of Vision Pro outside of the US is delayed because of the time required to adapt the algorithms to meet the requirements of international regulations.

According to Kuo, the aforementioned issues will be resolved faster if the Apple Vision Pro is released in more countries sooner.

A solo knit band and a dual loop band are included with the Apple Vision Pro in the US. In addition, the device comes with an Apple Vision Pro Cover for the front, two Light Seal Cushions, and a Light Seal. A cleaning cloth, battery, USB-C cable, and adapter are all components of the mixed-reality headset.

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