Apple Vision Pro is likely to come to these countries next

Langauge support leak hints at nine new launch locations - but when?
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The Apple Vision Pro could soon launch in nine new countries, based on upcoming language support for the spatial computer's virtual keyboard. 

Uncovered by the folks over at MacRumors, 12 new languages will soon be added to Vision Pro, which can currently only access US English. 

The VR/AR headset is still only available in Apple's home territory after launching in early February, though this latest leak suggests users will at least be able to select from the following languages:

  • English (Australia)
  • English (Canada)
  • English (Japan)
  • English (UK)
  • French (Canada)
  • French (France)
  • German (Germany)
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Cantonese (Traditional)
  • Chinese (Simplified)

Naturally, this potential support also strongly suggests that customers will soon be able to buy Vision Pro from these countries, too.

There's some crossover here, but the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, China, and Singapore all appear to be the next launch locations. The headset arriving in Taiwan and Hong Kong is also likely, of course.

So far, Apple has remained coy about when Vision Pro will be rolled out beyond the US - only noting that it would launch the headset in additional countries 'later this year'.

Analysts have previously speculated that Apple will make the headset more widely available ahead of WWDC 2024 - likely to take place in June - and this new info would seem to corroborate that timeline (rather than a launch in the fall, for example).

We won't know for sure until Apple actually pulls the trigger on international Vision Pro shipments, though, so stay tuned for official word as we get it.

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