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Select Store Employees Will Receive Vision Pro Headset Training From Apple: Every Detail

<p>Apple wants its retail personnel to learn all there is to know about the Vision Pro headset before it becomes available in a few countries in early 2024. According to a recent media source, before the Vision Pro headset is offered at the Apple shop starting next year, Apple will hold a private product training session for a small number of shop personnel who will be instructed on how to meet customer expectations.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-249525″ src=”” alt=” kangana ranaut will participate in dussehra festivities at red fort ground in delh” width=”1370″ height=”767″ srcset=” 300w,×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1370px) 100vw, 1370px” title=”Select Store Employees Will Receive Vision Pro Headset Training From Apple: Every Detail 6″></p>
<p>Additionally, according to the Bloomberg article, Apple will conduct interviews to determine which of the retail workers will be flown to Cupertino, California, in the first few months of 2024.</p>
<p>These staff members will be instructed in all the intricate intricacies and techniques for utilizing the Vision Pro headset. They will be tasked for instructing about the items and imparting what they learned at Apple’s training in Cupertino once they return to their own shops.</p>
<p>The business is trying to have at least two employees from retail locations get training at the corporate office. It is improbable that Apple will release the Vision Pro headset in the first few months of 2024 based on these schedules for training.</p>
<p>The same source also discusses Apple’s choice to only open its flagship retail outlets in the US for the initial phase of the device, limiting other dedicated hands-on sections at Apple outlets to locations like the Apple BKC in Mumbai.</p>
<p>When introducing the Vision Pro headset during the WWDC 2023 keynote earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook alluded to its adaptability by mentioning how he watches his favorite Apple TV+ episodes on it. It is anticipated that it would first be sold in the US for a whopping $3499 (about Rs. 2.88 lakh).</p>
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