Apple’s $3,500 Vision Pro released in the US, the first one is already smashed

    Today, Apple released the Vision Pro to consumers in the US. After a week of reviews from journalists and influencers, the general public in the US is now getting hands-on with Apple’s newest product, the Vision Pro.

    There are lots of posts on social media of new customers collecting the Vision Pro at Apple’s Retail Stores, while others are taking delivery to the door.

    Unfortunately, the first Vision Pro headset has been smashed.

    X user @iupdate posted an image of himself collecting the first Vision Pro in Los Angeles. Just 4 hours later, he followed up that post with a photo of the front display smashed with the words ‘I’m sorry’.

    Noah is the host of AppleTrack, a YouTube channel with 429,000 subscribers and regularly does drop tests. Unfortunately, the Vision Pro did not survive, expect a video soon.

    It’s disappointing to see expensive technology damaged, particularly given it’s fairly obvious to most people that glass will not fair well when dropped on hard surfaces.

    Vision Pro in Australia is one of the first Aussie retailers to secure a limited amount of stock, which is available for presale right NOW! With prices expected to be some of the lowest in the market, and orders anticipated to leave the Kogan warehouse on or before March 1st, shoppers will need to move fast.

    Presale orders are now live on the Kogan website with a strict limit of one per customer. These are grey imports, so consumers should be aware of that.

    The prices of the different models only vary by storage quantities are as follows:

    Orders anticipated to leave the Kogan warehouse on or before March 1st.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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