Apple Unveils Its First Augmented Reality Device: Vision Pro

Apple announced its new AR device called Apple Vision Pro. A radical spatial computer that blends digital content with our physical world seamlessly while allowing its users to remain connected and present to others even while in use.

A speech by Apple’s Ceo Tim Cook; “Today, I stand before you to mark the beginning of a new era for computing.” He proceeds, I am thrilled to unveil a groundbreaking product that will shape the future of technology. Just as the iPhone revolutionized mobile computing and the Mac introduced us to personal computing, I am proud to present you to Apple Vision Pro—the world’s first-ever spatial computing device.

Apple Vision Pro is not just another innovation; it represents a leap forward in the realm of technology. With thousands of groundbreaking innovations and a revolutionary new input system, Vision Pro is the culmination of decades of Apple’s relentless pursuit of excellence. This cutting-edge device stands apart from anything that has been created before. It is years ahead of its time.

Spatial computing is the next frontier, and Apple Vision Pro is at the forefront of this revolution. It will redefine how we interact with the digital world, seamlessly merging the virtual and physical realms. With Vision Pro, you will be able to navigate and manipulate digital content with unparalleled ease and precision.

Our team of brilliant engineers and designers has poured their hearts and souls into creating a device that will change the way we perceive and interact with technology. Vision Pro harnesses the power of Apple’s unmatched innovation and expertise to deliver an experience that will leave you in awe.

According to Mike Rockwell, the Vice President of Apple’s Technology Development Group, the development of our initial spatial computer demanded innovation in every aspect of the system. By seamlessly integrating hardware and software, we have successfully crafted a compact wearable device that stands as the pinnacle of personal electronics, representing a significant advancement in technology.


Vision Pro introduces an entirely 3-dimensional user interface that goes beyond the limitations of a traditional display, offering a new level of interaction. This innovative device can be controlled by the most intuitive and natural inputs possible: the user’s voice, eyes, and hands. With the integration of VisionOS, believed to be the world’s first spatial operating system, Vision Pro creates an infinite canvas for apps and provides users with a unique experience. Interacting with digital content on Vision Pro feels like it’s physically present in your space, offering a new dimension and a sense of immersion.

The Vision Pro introduces a breakthrough design featuring custom Apple silicon in a distinctive dual-chip configuration. This innovative design guarantees that every experience feels like it’s unfolding right in front of the user’s eyes in real-time. Moreover, it boasts an ultra-high-resolution display system, seamlessly integrating two displays, and packs an impressive 23 million pixels.

How heavy is the Vision Pro

Weight is one of the most consistent complaints among those who tested the device. Although they could only get 30 mins hands-on, within that little time frame, those who used it instantly noticed that the VR headset was as heavy as other VR headsets on the market. Apple pointed out that the device’s visor is made with glass, and the frame is made out of an aluminum alloy, compared to products like Meta Quest 2, mainly composed of plastic. That’s one of the reasons why the headset has an external two hours battery back connected by wire to a proprietary port. Cause it’s most likely to be heavier if it were in the headset.

More about the External Battery

The battery pack is attached to the Vision Pro through a proprietary connector that seamlessly twists into place. However, the battery also comes with a USB-C port that allows users to plug directly into the wall for a continuous charge. Those who tested the headset were kept from walking around at all. The best use of the device while charging would be when sitting down since it won’t be comfortable walking around when the headset is plugged into the wall, and any early user of Virtual Reality would understand how annoying having a wire trailing from a headset to a wall or computer can be.

Does the device overheat?

It was reported in early 2022 that the product had to be delayed because of overheating issues; while there are a lot of sensors constantly running on the Vision Pro, users noted they couldn’t hear any fans going on inside the device. That isn’t a big case here; testers didn’t get to use the device for long, though. According to Patel, the device sucks in air from the bottom and blows it out the top. Otherwise, nobody reported any problems with it running too hot while in use, but heat displacement requires rigorous testing under different loads and conditions.

Availability and Pricing

According to Apple, the Vision Pro will be available starting early next year on and at Apple store locations in the U.S., then other countries will follow later. The pricing for the device starts at $3,499 (U.S.); at least, it’s not $3,500. It’s also enormously more costly than other VR devices like the upcoming Meta Quest 3 ($500), Sony PlayStation VR 2 ($550), and even the $1,000 Meta Quest Pro.

The new Apple headset is undeniably expensive for the average person. However, if you take a step back and consider the bigger picture, you’ll realize that the immersive and intimate experience it offers makes it quite compelling. Apple, being a renowned company, already has its work cut out for it when it comes to marketing this device. Nevertheless, given the current price tag, convincing people to buy it won’t be an easy task.

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