Apple Vision Pro finally gets FCC approval as launch inches closer

Apple Vision Pro is all set to grace us on February 2, while the pre-orders will start weeks before that, on January 19. As the launch date gets closer, Apple has finally received FCC approval in the United States for its first mixed-reality headset. Today, the FCC has published filings from Apple and test reports confirming that Vision Pro can be sold in the United States. However, it wasn’t a secret that the Apple Vision Pro didn’t have FCC’s approval up until now – the company has always been upfront about it, and even its marketing material included the disclaimer. Apple Vision Pro has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained. So, Apple can finally remove this disclaimer from its marketing materials, courtesy of the FCC. That said, several FCC documents are still labeled as short-term confidential, with more details set to become available on July 14, including internal photos, setup photos, and more. Apple Vision Pro lacks UWB and the latest Wi-Fi chip used in the M3 Macs Image: KnowTechie The FCC filing has revealed an interesting new detail for the Vision Pro. Apparently, Apple’s mixed-reality headset lacks Ultra Wideband and Wi-Fi 6E or 7 chips. However, this shouldn’t come as a surprise, as the hardware inside the Vision Pro was developed around Apple’s M2 silicon. Apple has since moved on to…Apple Vision Pro finally gets FCC approval as launch inches closer

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