Apple Vision Pro soon ready outside the US

Translate from : Apple Vision Pro snart klar uden for USA
Apple is preparing to sell its Vision Pro outside the US. The iPhone maker is training hundreds of employees to demonstrate the expensive headset to customers.

Apple is preparing to sell its Vision Pro mixed-reality headset outside the United States, according to a report from Bloomberg News. The iPhone maker has flown hundreds of employees from its international stores to Cupertino, California, and has begun training them to demonstrate the headset to customers, the news agency reported.


Citing people familiar with the matter, the report added that Apple plans to bring its Vision Pro to international markets after its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), scheduled to be held from June 10 to 14.

The training of staff, which could last up to four days, from Germany, France, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and China suggests these will be some of the first international markets for the device.

The Vision Pro headset was unveiled last June and launched in the US on February 2nd. The launch of the headset in international markets could help Apple attract customers at a time when sales of its most popular product, the iPhone, are slowing.

After initial enthusiasm for the high-priced Vision Pro, demand has begun to wane, according to analysts. In March, Apple CEO Tim Cook was quoted on Chinese state run TV CCTV Finance saying that Apple's Vision Pro will hit the Chinese market this year and that the company will continue to increase investment in research and development in China.

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