iFixit recently conducted a teardown of the Apple Vision Pro headset, revealing its internal components, including an array of cameras and sensors, fans, lens motors, and more. They found that opening and repairing the headset will be difficult due to the repair Achilles’ heel, the EyeSight. However, iFixit did give credit to Apple for the easily replaceable speakers and battery. The Vision Pro is powered by an M2 chip, 8-core CPU, 10-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine, and 16GB of unified memory. iFixit revealed the specs of the Vision Pro and provided a detailed look inside the mixed reality headset before its launch.
The disassembly of the Vision Pro allowed for a close look at internal components and verified the difficulty of opening and repairing the headset. Apple aimed for a balance of innovative features and ease of repair, such as the easily replaceable speakers and battery. The images of the Vision Pro’s internals were shared exclusively with Wallpaper* ahead of the headset’s U.S. launch, showcasing Apple’s innovative and practical design choices. The Vision Pro boasts high-quality features such as an M2 chip and multiple cameras, sensors, and microphones for a unique mixed reality experience, setting the bar high for other tech companies and their future mixed reality headsets.
Vision Pro recently launched in the U.S., providing a first look at its internal components and revealing that future repairs may be challenging. Apple sought to balance innovative features with practical repairability, as demonstrated by the easily replaceable speakers and battery. The highly-anticipated mixed reality headset offers advanced technological features and a sleek, comfortable design, setting a new standard for the industry. Apple is expected to roll out the Vision Pro in additional countries later this year.