Apple Vision Pro preorders go live in the US ahead of the February 2 launch.

Repairs on the Apple Vision Pro without the company’s accidental damage protection can cost up to Rs. 2 lakh.

Apple Vision Pro is now available for preorder in the United States, with the company’s first mixed reality headset expected to ship on February 2. The iPhone maker’s spatial computer has two Micro-OLED displays with a total of 23 million pixels and a refresh rate of up to 100Hz. It is powered by Apple’s M2 CPU and a new R1 chip, which handles data from the headset’s many sensors. The headset also has iris-based biometric verification and a battery life of up to two hours, according to Apple.

Apple Vision Pro Price and Availability

The Apple Vision Pro starts at Rs. 2.9 lakh for the base model, which has 256GB of storage. You can also buy the headset in 512GB and 1TB storage choices, which cost Rs. 3.07 lakh and Rs. 3.24 lakh respectively. Beginning February 2, the headset will be available for purchase in Apple Stores across the United States.

If you wear prescription or reading glasses, you may also purchase Zeiss optical inserts (Readers inserts cost Rs. 8,200, Prescription inserts cost Rs. 12,400).

You may also purchase AppleCare+ for the Vision Pro, which costs Rs. 41,500) and includes accidental damage repairs for a service price of Rs. 24,900). According to the company’s website, without AppleCare+, repairs can cost up to Rs. 2 lakh.

Apple Vision Pro Specifications

Apple’s first spatial computer is powered by an M2 chip combined with a second R1 chip, both based on the same M-series CPU, to handle data from the Vision Pro’s multiple sensors with a 12ms response time and 256GB/s bandwidth. The device features dual Micro-OLED screens that span 92 percent of the DCI:P3 color gamut and can display 23 million pixels. It also supports refresh rates of 90, 96, and 100 Hz.

The Vision Pro headset supports Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, as well as AirPlay at 1080p. The device includes six microphones, two primary cameras, six secondary (tracking) cameras, four eye tracking cameras, a LiDAR scanner, a TrueDepth camera, and six other sensors.

The Vision Pro is powered by an external battery pack connected via a wire. Apple does not normally divulge battery capacities, so we’ll have to wait for a deconstruction video to learn these data. The battery is said to last up to two hours, and unlike many other Apple goods, including the iPhone, the headset comes with a charger in the box.

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