Vision Pro VR/AR headset: pre-launch ad and box contents Vision Pro VR/AR headset: pre-launch ad and box contents

Apple launches its latest product, Vision Pro AR/VR headset, on February 2, 2024, which is just around the corner from today. Supporting the launch, the company continues releasing videos warming the audience up, and makes available this and that information about the product itself. Let’s check the latest ad, “Get Ready,” and see what will be in the box apart from the headset itself.

“Get Ready” Vision Pro pre-launch video

Without further ado, here’s the video:

While not as fancy as numerous other Apple commercials, this 38-second reel, featuring a very diverse set of heroes and characters putting on all sorts of goggles and masks, does leave you somewhat wanting to join their ranks.

Vision Pro box contents

As of this writing (2024. 01.10), Apple plans to fill the Vision Pro box with the following standard accessories:

Vision Pro with Solo Knit Band. Snapshot from Apple websiteVision Pro with Solo Knit Band. Snapshot from Apple website

– USB-C charging cable and an adapter;

– battery proper;

– light seal and 2 light seal cushions;

– a polishing cloth (rather, the polishing cloth, the one Apple retails for US$ 19);

– a cover for the fragile front of the headset;

– a couple of bands, Solo Knit Band and Dual Loop Band, with the latter embracing both the back and the crown of your head.

The headset, although a new product, already has a couple of announced paid complements, ZEISS Optical reader inserts, which can be standard (US$ 99) and prescription (US$149). Without them, Vision Pro costs US$ 3,499.

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