Apple Vision Pro is launching in these more countries

Apple analyst says Vision Pro might make its way to additional markets before June Worldwide Developers Conference
The image shows Apple Vision Pro. — Apple

The image shows Apple Vision Pro. — Apple

A month after taking the realm of top-notch virtual reality (VR) headsets by storm, the Apple Vision Pro has been confirmed to launch in additional nine countries. 

In an effort to expand its availability in additional countries, the company is obliged to add more languages to the gadgets, so users in other countries can interact with the Vision Pro seamlessly. 

As reported by MacRumors, the iPhone maker aims to incorporate 12 new languages to the virtual keyboard of the Vision Pro to ensure support for more languages. 

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As the Apple Vision Pro is currently available in the United States only, the supported language is English (US) and Emoji. 

New languages supported on Vision Pro

The code quoted by MacRumors states that Apple will soon add the following languages to the Vision Pro. 

  • Cantonese, Traditional
  • Chinese, Simplified
  • English (Australia)
  • English (Canada)
  • English (Japan)
  • English (Singapore)
  • English (UK)
  • French (Canada)
  • French (France)
  • German (Germany)
  • Japanese
  • Korean

Vision Pro coming to more countries

Since the company has not officially announced as to which countries will witness the launch of Vision Pro, the languages listed above are sufficient to hint at the countries that might receive Apple's high-end mixed reality headset, these countries include Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and the UK. Hong Kong and Taiwan are also potential candidates.

The impending expansion of the Vision Pro to more countries later this year aligns with Apple's announcement it made during the launch of the Vision Pro.

Vision Pro expanding to other countries

While the company's did not provide a timeline for Vision Pro expansion, Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, claims that the gadget might make its way to additional markets before the June Worldwide Developers Conference.