By James Ovie
A document published by the United States Trademark and Patent Office (USPTO), describes how Apple displays Vision Pro in offline Apple Stores Head-mounted display devices.
Similar to the iPhone and other products previously shown, Apple will prepare a very simple metal bracket for the Vision Pro headset.
This metal bracket has a curved design at the top that can hold the Apple Vision Pro headset, allowing users to view the display, headband, and other components of the headset from multiple angles.
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The Vision Pro headset will plug into the back of the included battery, which will be stored under the headset on the bottom of the stand. Apple isn’t trying to hide the battery pack in any way based on the image. The Vision Pro stands will be placed on pads with two headphones on each pad.
Apple plans to release the Vision Pro headset in March next year. It is estimated that there will be 1-2 headsets in each offline Apple Store, but it is not clear whether on-site experience will be provided.