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Apple's augmented reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro, began pre-sales in the U.S. today.

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The device is available in a base variant with 256GB of flash storage for $3,500, as well as versions with 512GB and 1TB of flash storage for $3,700 and $3,900, respectively.

Visually impaired buyers can order Zeiss corrective lenses, while not having to wear glasses under the headset, for an additional $150. An Apple Care+ warranty option is also available for $500. In the maximum package, the cost goes up to $4,800.

The headset runs VisionOS and offers control via eye movements, hand gestures, or through Siri. Some native apps (YouTube and Netflix) won't be available at launch, but Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and Paramount+ services will be available.


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