Vision Pro: Apple rumoured to provide Vision Pro training to French retail employees

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple will tap wider audiences by expanding Vision Pro to other countries
An undated image displays a Vision Pro. — Pixabay

An undated image displays a Vision Pro. — Pixabay

Over a month after occupying the limelight spot in the realm of top-tier mixed reality headsets, Apple Vision Pro retailers in France are going to be trained on the gadget by the company. 

Spilling the beans around Apple's expansion plans for Vision Pro, a new leak has emerged, suggesting that the iPhone maker is inviting French retail employees to train them. 

Since Apple Vision Pro is exclusively available in the US, this development hints at the Vision Pro on its way to France. 

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Citing sources, 9to5Mac reported that the rumour is a bit ambiguous as it says the company is inviting French employees to a  “Training Product Event” for a new Apple product. 

As the details regarding the training event, reportedly slated to kick off this summer, nowhere mentions Apple Vision Pro, the spatial computer is the only latest product awaiting its debut in France.

The Cupertino-based tech giant outset the scheduling of Vision Pro training sessions for its retail employees in the US in December last year, with actual sessions taking place in mid-January, approximately two weeks ahead of the potential Vision Pro launch.

Given this timeline, the currently exposed report about the training of French retailers in summer this year is amply evident that Apple Vision Pro might be launched in France around the tail of summer. To be more precise, let's suppose that summer begins in June, the mixed reality headset is highly expected to debut in France in somewhere around July.

This supposition stands parallel with what Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, claimed. Kuo earlier said that the company will tap wider audiences by expanding Vision Pro to other countries, and that will be observed around the release of visionOS 2's beta version in a bid to attract more developers globally.