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Apple shares ‘Making Apple Vision Pro’ video

‘Making Apple Vision Pro’ video delves into precise aluminum cutting & assembly

Apple gives a behind-the-scenes glance into how it makes its Apple Vision Pro headset in a new short video.

On Friday, Apple opened preorders for the Apple Vision Pro headset, and to celebrate the occasion, they’ve now shared a new video titled “Making Apple Vision Pro.”

The short video shows watchers how Apple’s new spatial computing headset is made, as a Vision Pro is built piece by piece in a factory. The video is set to “Heard Somebody Whistle” by Jay-Jay Johanson.

The base Apple Vision Pro is $3,499, and that comes with 256GB of storage. For 512GB, the price is $3,699, and for a 1TB edition, it’s $3,899.

While the device was initially said to ship in early February, it came as no surprise that shipping dates began slipping back nearly instantly. After two hours of preorders, shipping dates for Apple Vision Pro were being listed as into March and in some cases even April.

‘Making Apple Vision Pro’ video delves into precise aluminum cutting & assembly

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