Apple Vision Pro to hit Chinese shores ahead of WWDC

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that worldwide launch of Vision Pro will take place ahead of WWDC
An undated image displaying a man wearing Vision Pro. — Appletoolbox
An undated image displaying a man wearing Vision Pro. — Appletoolbox

Apple Vision Pro, a gadget that recently adorned the tapestry of high-end mixed reality headset, has been confirmed to hit the Chinese shores this year. 

The announcement came last week during the China Development Forum in Beijing, China, wherein Apple CEO Tim Cook said Vision Pro will be put on sale on the store shelves in China this year. 

Although he did not reflect on the exact timeline of Vision Pro's Chinese release, he confirmed that the gadget will make its to China in 2024. 

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Moreover, after having visited Apple's new Jing'an store in Shanghai last week, the company CEO reassured that Apple looks forward to expand its research and developmental investment in the country.

After the United States, this one comes as Vision Pro's first touted expansion to be occurred this year to a specific country, China.

On top of that, without mentioning the timeframe or countries where it plans to launch Vision Pro this year, the iPhone maker promises to take its first ever spatial computer to other countries as well.

The only major hint, pertaining to Vision Pro's international launch this year, was surface by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who claimed that the worldwide launch will take place ahead of Apple's annual developers conference, namely Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which is held around the first of June every year.