Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Hints of Apple Vision Pro's new stops were seen in job postings

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Apple Vision Pro mixed reality headset was available for sale in the USA at the beginning of February. There was also news that the Cupertino-based company was preparing to launch Vision Pro in more countries without wasting much time. Job postings on Apple's website also support this news.

Job postings on Apple's website are looking for experts to work with Vision Pro in Australia, China and Japan. This gives a very clear clue as to where the new stops of the virtual reality headset are. It is worth noting that the ads in question have now been removed.

Apple aims to employ a “Briefing Experience Expert” in the countries mentioned in the advertisements. According to the job description, the person to be hired will work in Apple's sales department to deliver Vision Pro to corporate customers who want to learn about and purchase the product. Vision Pro and the visionOS platform are specifically mentioned in the description.

The ad description includes the following statements: “The goal of the Corporate Briefing Experience Specialist is to demonstrate the art of the possible for Apple Vision Pro, which is passionately committed to the corporate user. You will design and deliver demonstrations presenting the product's capabilities and revolutionary new technology. “You will also showcase solutions, representative use cases, and transformative user workflows that inspire customers to invest in the technology, the VisionOS platform, and the product itself.”

The fact that the job postings have been removed suggests that Apple may have filled these positions. However, it should be noted that this may have been done in order not to add more fuel to the rumor mill.

Apple Vision Pro is currently only sold in the US

Apple Vision Pro is currently only sold in the USA. However, it is said that Apple will soon offer support for Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Korean languages ​​for the visionOS virtual keyboard. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had previously stated that he expected Vision Pro to be available in more countries before WWDC 2024, which will be held in June.

Danish Kapoor