Apple is about to surprise non-US users

Apple’s latest invention, the Vision Pro headset, might soon be available in countries like France, Germany, and China.

Apple is getting ready to sell its $3,499 Vision Pro headset outside the US, Bloomberg reports.

The assumption was based on Apple’s employees from its international stores flying to Cupertino, California, where four-day training sessions on the Vision Pro headset were held. Similar training also took place before the headset was announced for the first time in February.

While the price and the list of countries where the device will be available are being kept secret, it’s speculated that it could include Germany, France, Australia, Japan, South Korea, China, and Singapore, as Apple employees from those countries were present during the training.

The spatial computing device, which first entered the US market in February of this year, created a lot of buzz, with many trying to figure out whether it’s worth the hype, especially considering its steep price. By providing it to more global markets, the company expects to expand the headset’s usage.

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