Apple Vision Pro 2 Release Is At Least 18 Or More Months Away

The Apple Vision Pro has now been on sale for almost three weeks which means that those who picked one up at launch have been living in the future of spatial computing for a little while now.

But for those who are hanging fire on their purchase until a new, second-gen model is ready might turn out to be waiting for quite some time.

That’s according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, writing in the weekly Power On newsletter, who says that Apple is likely at least a year and a half away from making the new and updated Apple Vision Pro available for sale.

Gurman says that 18 months is the shortest amount of time that we should expect the second-gen model to debut.

It isn’t yet clear what that second-gen Apple Vision Pro headset will have to offer, but it now seems likely that it will arrive in August 2025 at the earliest. Previous reports had hinted that we might be waiting until 2027, however, suggesting that Gurman’s report might actually be on the short side.

Apple is already rumored to be working on a cheaper version of the Apple Vision Pro and that’s something that could well debut in 2025 and with that in mind, it might be that more affordable headset that Gurman is speaking about here. Quite what Apple will remove in order to cut the asking price is another question entirely, too.

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