Apple to begin training retail employees on Apple Vision Pro in “first months” of 2024
Apple is preparing to get retail store employees trained ahead of the launch of Apple Vision Pro, the iPhone maker’s first-ever mixed-reality headset, in “first months” of 2024, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Citing an internal memo, Gurman says Apple is inviting select members of its retail teams to a “product training event” in Cupertino, California in the early months of 2024. The event will teach employees about Apple Vision Pro and train them on the sales procedures involved with the new device.
“Selected team members will travel and participate in an event in Cupertino, California, at some point in the first months of 2024. Upon returning to their home store, they’ll deliver training and ongoing support to store team members,” the memo says. “This is a group opportunity for those who have a deep passion for demonstrating Apple products and teaching others.”
Apple’s new Vision Pro mixed-reality headset blends digital content with the physical world through a fully three-dimensional user interface controlled by a user’s eyes, hands, and voice.
Built on the foundation of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS, visionOS is a new operating system that delivers spatial experiences for the Apple Vision Pro headset. visionOS features a new three-dimensional interface that makes digital content look and feel present in a user’s physical world.