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Apple Vision Pro Turkey: Unveiling the Revolutionary Tech! Find out the Price, Release Date, and more in 2024. Get ready to be amazed!
Apple has officially entered the mixed-reality arena with the launch of its Vision Pro headset. This revolutionary device, announced at the WWDC 2023 event, is set to redefine the boundaries of personal electronics. But what does this mean for potential buyers in Turkey Let’s delve into the details.
The Vision Pro: A New Era in Mixed Reality
Apple’s Vision Pro is a mixed reality headset that promises to introduce “spatial computing” to its users. This device is capable of seamlessly transitioning between augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) modes, offering a truly immersive experience.
Built on decades of Apple innovation, the Vision Pro is touted as being years ahead of anything else on the market. It features a revolutionary new input system and thousands of groundbreaking innovations, promising to unlock incredible experiences for users and exciting new opportunities for developers.
VisionOS: Spatial Computing at Its Best
The Vision Pro will operate on VisionOS, the first operating system designed from the ground up for spatial computing. Unlike Apple’s other operating systems like iOS and MacOS, VisionOS is a three-dimensional user interface that “frees apps from the boundaries of a display.” This means users can be more productive, access their favorite apps, and discover new ways to multitask.
Vision Pro’s Hardware: A Technological Marvel
The Vision Pro is powered by two of Apple’s in-house chips: the M2 chip and the R1 chip. The R1 chip is designed to process input from the Vision Pro’s 12 cameras, five sensors, and six microphones, ensuring that content appears in real time to users.
One of the standout features of the Vision Pro is EyeSight, which Apple describes as an “extraordinary innovation that helps users stay connected with those around them.” This feature is particularly useful as it helps users avoid bumping into people or objects when using a head-mounted display.
|Standalone mixed reality headset
|February 2, 2024 in the U.S. and later that year internationally
|Apple M2 and R1
|Internal: ~23 MP total (equivalent to WUHD for each eye) dual micro-OLED (RGBB π subpixel geometry) up to 96 Hz refresh rate External: “EyeSight” curved OLED
|Apple M2 (10 cores) @ 3.5 GHz, up to 3.578 TFLOPS
|Surround sound speakers, 6 microphones
|6DoF inside-out tracking, photogrammetry, and gesture recognition through 12 built-in cameras and LiDAR
|Apps live in your space and can be placed anywhere around the user and can take many shapes and sizes
|Movies, shows, and games can be expanded up to the perfect size while feeling like you’re part of the action with Spatial Audio
|Photos and Videos
|Capture and view spatial photos and videos in 3D with immersive Spatial Audio
|Collaborate and connect with others via FaceTime and other apps
|A singular piece of three-dimensionally formed laminated glass flows into an aluminum alloy frame that curves to wrap around your face
Vision Pro Price in Turkey
The Vision Pro is set to retail for $3,499 in the US. But what about its price in Turkey Here’s a breakdown:
|US Price (Converted to TL, Jan 2024)
|Customs Duty (20%)
|TRT Bandrol (12%)
|Special Consumption Tax (20%)
|Estimated Total Price in Turkey
Please note that these are estimated figures and the actual price may vary.
The Vision Pro’s release has been confirmed by Apple for “early next year in the USA”. So Maybe, it’s possible that Turkey will receive it in mid-2024.
However, the exact release date for Turkey is yet to be announced. Stay tuned for updates.
The Vision Pro is a significant step forward in the world of mixed reality. It promises to redefine our interaction with technology and the digital world. For Turkish consumers, the Vision Pro comes with a hefty price tag. However, considering the groundbreaking features and capabilities it offers, it might just be worth the investment.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Vision Pro, including its official release date in Turkey.