After being introduced at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June last year, the Apple Vision Pro can finally be ordered. It’s just that this mixed reality headset device has not been purchased globally.

Apple has only sold its newest gadget in the United States. Consumers can pre-order first via Apple’s online store starting January 16.

It wasn’t until February 2 that the Apple Vision Pro was shipped to users. On the same day, the device will be available in Apple Stores throughout Uncle Sam’s country.

The variant being sold has 256 GB internal memory at a price of USD 3,499 or around IDR 54.3 million.

The Vision Pro ships with a Solo Knit Band and a Dual Loop Band, and there’s a Light Seal and two different Light Seal Cushions in the package, as well as a polishing cloth, battery, USB-C, and USB-C cable. adapter.

Apple Vision Not Expensive

Apple provides lens kits for vision correction. There is a Zeiss Optics insert that can magnetically attach to the Vision Pro. Users can get it for USD 99 (Readers) and USD 149 (Prescription).

Apple stated its intention to market the Vision Pro to other countries outside the US. This plan will be implemented at the end of this year.

For your information, Vision Pro is positioned primarily as an AR device. However, users can switch between augmented reality and full virtual reality using the dial. The device is controller-free, and users can browse rows of app icons by looking at them.

Users can tap to select and flick to scroll, and can also give voice commands. Additionally, the headset supports Bluetooth accessories and allows users to connect a Mac for use inside the headset.

Apple’s new device runs VisionOS, which is capable of displaying a three-dimensional interface that frees applications from display boundaries so they can appear side by side at any scale. Apple Vision Pro enables users to be more productive, with unlimited screen space, access to their favorite apps, and new ways to multitask.