Rumor: Apple Vision Pro Release Date Set For End Of This Month

According to latest rumor, Apple Vision Pro release date is set for end of this month launch. Here are the details on this.

Apple’s Vision Pro headset was first announced during an event on June 5 alongside the new iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch software at WWDC. But the mixed reality headset was never going to be released until early 2024.

With no firm details on exactly what that meant, we’ve been waiting for more information ever since. Now, we might know more about when the Vision Pro will arrive — and if it’s true, it’ll arrive very soon indeed.

That’s according to a new report by Chinese investor news service Wall Street Insights, an outfit with an as-yet unproven rack record in terms of predicting Apple’s moves in the market. However, this is the first time that we’ve seen anything close to a concrete release date for the Vision Pro headset so it’s still worth paying attention to — if only to rule this source out at a later date.

According to the report, Apple will launch the Vision Pro headset on January 27, a date that is most likely to actually be the 26th in the United States as MacRumors points out.

The website claims to have obtained exclusive information suggesting that the Vision Pro will launch on Saturday, January 27 in the United States. While the report clearly says that the launch is set to occur on a date that falls on a Saturday in the United States, there is a chance that the website is actually referring to January 27 in China, which falls on Friday, January 26 in the United States – a much more likely date for the launch of the Vision Pro.

This would not be all that far off previous claims by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman that suggested the Vision Pro headset would debut in February, so there’s a chance this report could turn out to be on the money after all.

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