Apple Vision Pro has been on sale for more than a month. product for now It’s only available for purchase in the United States, but a hint suggests that may change soon.

According to this MacRumors, Apple Vision Pro’s virtual keyboard will soon support 12 new languagessome are regional variants of a language. This feature, so far only available in US English, allows the user to type using hand gestures on keys projected on the screen.

Depending on the application code, the following keyboard formats will also be accepted by the headset:

  • cantonese
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • German
  • French (for France or Canada)
  • English (for Australia, Canada, Japan, Singapore or the United Kingdom)

If the update does indeed mean that the headset will be sold in more countries, it’s likely that the next on the list will be a still-restricted set of countries in Asia, Europe and North America.

Brazilian Portuguese is not included in the packageThis suggests that it may take some time for the country to receive the device, or it may even not be accessible through the official store.

Vision Pro sales are still limited

Apple is already considering a second generation of the immersive headset, but it needs to increase sales of the original model first. Big Tech even stated that other markets would receive the device by the end of 2024, without providing a list of countries or an expected date.

The Vision Pro was impressive in early reviews, but not all consumers were happy with the device. Some customers even returned the headset because they complained about the lack of comfort of the glasses or the lack of a variety of 3D-optimized applications.

In the United States, the device can be purchased for $3,500 – or approximately R$ 17 thousand in direct currency conversion.

After a period of success in pre-sales, Headphone sales rapidly lost momentumThis was already expected for a more expensive electronic device and was still considered niche.

Source: Tec Mundo

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