Apple to Provide a 25 Minute Apple Vision Pro Demo

Jan 15, 2024 | 0 comments

Apple Vision Pro Demo Process

Apple’s $3,499 mixed reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro, will be available in all Apple US retail stores on February 2, 2024. With only a few weeks left for the launch, Apple is set to provide a 25-minute in-store Apple vision pro demo along with a sophisticated sales pitch to all potential buyers. After many years, Apple is going to launch a major product, so it doesn’t want the users to become upset or have a bad experience with the Apple Vision Pro. It wants the customers to become familiar with the product, get the perfect fit, and know all about how to use it.

Process Before the Apple Vision Pro Demo

Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman in a newsletter explained about the demo process . For the demo process, Apple’s retail stores will have dozens of demo units available, along with a dedicated sitting area where the presentation will take place.

Firstly, users will get a face scan done by a retail employee. The face scan will be done by an app, and it will help to select the perfect headband size, foam cushion, and light seal for the customer. The light seal comes in more than 25 shapes and sizes, whereas the cushion comes in two sizes. The stores will also have a device to scan the lenses for prescription information about people wearing eyeglasses. More than 100 lenses will be available for demo at the retail stores; the Apple employees will find the correct lens from them and put together the demo headset.

The Apple Store employees will then explain the working Vision Pro’s interface. It will include instructions on how to hold the headset, how to control the pointer using eyes, how to make selections using hand gestures, and how to switch between augmented reality and virtual reality using the digital crown.

What will the Apple Vision Pro demo include?

The users will first view still images from the Photos app, followed by a series of panorama shots. The images will be similar to the preloaded images on Apple’s other devices in retail stores. After viewing the still images, the users will get to see 3D spatial images along with spatial videos. The demo will further show how to use the device as a computer or iPad replacement and how to scroll webpages and surf through the Safari browser. The customers will also be shown 3D and immersive movies, including clips of wild animals, the ocean, and sports.

Other information related to the Apple Vision Pro

The Apple Vision Pro will be available for demo on February 2 in all of Apple’s US retail stores, and the device will be available for pre-order starting on January 19. Customers who buy online will also get a face scan done online to find their ideal fit. After scanning, the product can then be bundled and shipped to them. Depending on the size, each Apple Retail Store will also have 2-4 units of the Vision Pro hardware that will be displayed on a dedicated table, but the customers won’t be able to wear those headsets.

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