The year 2024 is set to be a significant one for Apple, as the company gears up for the release of the highly anticipated Apple Vision Pro. Recent leaks have pointed to a potential launch date in February, but now Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman has hinted at a much sooner release date.
According to Gurman, the mass production of the new Apple glasses is progressing well, and the launch may happen as soon as this month. In fact, he has suggested that the Vision Pro could be ready for sale as early as January 26, a date that holds significance in Apple’s history. This date is notable as it is the same day that Steve Jobs presented the iPad at a special event, marking a significant milestone for the company.
While there may not be a formal event to mark the launch of the Vision Pro, it is expected that the product will be available for purchase, with the possibility of sales beginning in early February. In addition, Apple is already preparing a catalog of movies and series for the new device.
Despite the excitement surrounding the release of the Vision Pro, there is some disappointment for international consumers, as the new product is expected to be exclusive to the United States initially. This means that customers in other countries, including Spain, may have to wait longer for the device to become available.
However, for those in the U.S. who are able to purchase the Vision Pro, there is a sense of anticipation and curiosity about the new product. Questions about comfort, user experience, and the potential popularity of three-dimensional content will soon be answered by early adopters.
In the meantime, Apple enthusiasts can look forward to the new developments in spatial computing, as well as other exciting projects from the tech giant in the year 2024. The launch of the Vision Pro represents a significant milestone for Apple and promises to bring a new era of innovation and technology to the company.