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Apple Vision Pro pre-orders are now being accepted | 512GB and 1TB capacities available | Learn how to place a pre-order

<p>Apple Vision Pro Pre-Order: In the United States, pre-orders for Apple’s next mixed-reality headset, Vision Pro, are now being accepted. Orders may be placed online or in-store, and delivery will begin on February 2, which is the official debut day. However, delivery for all models is now anticipated in March owing to great demand and limited supplies.</p>
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<p><strong>How Can I Place a Preorder? </strong><br />
Apple requires consumers to scan their face using FaceID on their iPhone or iPad in order to place an online preorder. This guarantees that headbands and other accessories like the Light Seal fit properly. The identical procedure may be walked through by Apple experts in US shops if you would rather make an offline purchase.</p>
<p><strong>Differential Options</strong><br />
Three models are available for the Vision Pro: the entry-level 256GB, the 512GB, and the 1TB model. The range of prices is $3,499 to $3,899.</p>
<p><strong>What’s in the package? </strong><br />
The headset, Solo Knit Band, Dual Loop Band, Light Seal, Light Seal Cushion, device cover, polishing cloth, 30W USB-C power converter with cable, and battery are all included in the Vision Pro package.</p>
<p><strong>Adjusting Vision</strong><br />
ZEISS Optical Inserts, which are magnetically attached to the headset, are necessary for users who wear glasses. However, as the Vision Pro is compatible with soft contact lenses, inserts are not required if you wear them.</p>
<p><strong>Details and Principal Elements</strong><br />
Utilizing a new R1 chip for increased immersion and Apple’s M2 chipset for power, the headset has two micro-OLED panels with a combined resolution of 23 million pixels and a refresh rate of 100Hz. Utilizing a three-dimensional operating system called visionOS, the Vision Pro provides a distinct user experience.</p>
<p><strong>Features for Entertainment</strong><br />
Apple has a strong focus on entertainment, working with Disney to provide 3D content to the headgear. More than 150 3D films, such as Avatar: The Way of Water, are available to customers via the Apple TV app. Furthermore, VisionOS allows for gaming, either natively or with the use of a console controller such as the Sony DualSense.</p>

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