At $3,499, Apple’s new Vision Pro headset isn’t accessible to everyone. But if you’re curious to try the spatial computing magic, Apple now lets you schedule free 30-minute demos at Apple Stores.
You can sign up for a one-on-one vision appointment through the Instore Shopping Sessions section of Apple’s website. An AR specialist will fit you with the headset, customizing the lenses if you wear glasses. Then, you can freely test-drive Vision Pro’s immersive visuals and interaction!
When reserving a slot, Apple asks you to confirm that you are over 13 years old to participate. In my experience visiting the store recently, Vision Pro units had display models unavailable for open testing. So, booking an official demo online ensures you get hands-on access.
Don’t worry about sales pressure, either. While Apple teams are understandably eager to engage on the ambitious new product, every report shows them focusing on your demo experience rather than pushing purchases during appointments. Of course, satisfaction probably varies from location to location. But Apple isn’t directing hard sell tactics.
The demo slots offer an exciting glimpse into next-gen AR and help normalize an unfamiliar, futuristic product for everyday shoppers. Apple wants you to discover Vision Pro’s possibilities at your own pace!