Apple To Launch Vision Pro In China Later This Year, Tim Cook Confirms

The Apple Vision Pro might only be on sale in the United States right now, but it’s expected to be made available in additional countries over the coming months and years.

Now, a new report points out that it’ll go on sale in China before the end of the year, and that comes from a source that would likely know for sure.

That source is none other than Apple CEO Tim Cook, with Reuters reporting that state media asked Cook about the spatial computer during last week’s visit to the country. Cook was there to open a new Shanghai Apple Store as well as speak with local officials and partners.

Cook revealed the headset’s China launch plan in response to a media question on the sidelines of the China Development Forum in Beijing, CCTV finance said on its Weibo social account.

It’s still unclear exactly when the headset will go on sale nor do we know which other countries can expect the Apple Vision Pro to arrive on their shores.

The Apple Vision Pro went on sale in the United States on February 2 with prices starting from $3,499. That gets buyers the 256GB model while 512GB and 1TB versions are also available for those who need extra storage space for installing apps and games or downloading content for offline viewing.

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