A Global Apple Vision Pro Launch Could Become Clear After WWDC In June

The Apple Vision Pro is currently available to those in the United States, but information on a global launch has so far been hard to come by.

Apple says that it expects to take the Apple Vision Pro beyond US borders this year, but that’s as much as we know. However, a new report appears to have given us hope that things are about to change.

Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman believes that Apple is getting ready to launch the spatial computer outside the United States after the June WWDC event, although it isn’t clear whether the headset’s expansion will also be announced at that event. The report notes that Apple has been running training sessions to get retail workers ready for the big launch.

The company began holding training sessions in recent days and has flown hundreds of employees from its international stores to Cupertino, California, to learn how to demonstrate the device for customers, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The training takes as many as four days, and courses started last week, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the efforts are private.

While it’s yet to be confirmed where Apple intends to launch the Apple Vision Pro next, Gurman reports that the company is training workers from Germany, France, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and China. That would suggest these countries will be next, but it’s far from confirmed.

The Apple Vision Pro is on sale for $3,499 in the United States right now, while the company is reportedly already hard at work on a new, cheaper version as well.

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