Apple Vision Pro demo will take a good chunk of your time

Apple is inching closer to its first mixed-reality headset, Vision Pro’s launch on February 2, for which you also have to set an appointment. Apparently, Apple wants to properly demo the device before selling it.  Now, a trusted source has revealed what will happen at those demos. The report comes from Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman through his Power On newsletter.  According to him, Apple’s largest stores are said to offer more than 12 demo units at any time, along with seating areas where the demos will take place.  Preparing for the Vision Pro demo  Image: Apple/KnowTechie That said, even before the demo begins and you get to wear the $3,500 headset, there are a few steps you need to go through.  For starters, Apple employees will take a scan of your face with an application to figure out the light seal, band size, and foam cushion you may need. The process is said to be similar to the Face ID registration process, and some reports say you may even need to have a Face ID-enabled iPhone for this step. There will be additional steps for the customer who wears glasses. Those customers will have to go through another step as the Apple employees will use a device to scan the lenses.  The received information will then be used to apply the correct lenses to the headset set aside for your demo.  Apparently, Apple stores will have “hundreds” of lenses ready for these demos. The employee will just assemble the Vision Pro after…Apple Vision Pro demo will take a good chunk of your time

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