Apple Vision Pro launch date remains unconfirmed amid reports of January 26 debut

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The highly anticipated Apple Vision Pro headset’s launch date continues to be shrouded in secrecy despite a recent report suggesting a potential release in the United States on January 27, 2024.

The information originates from Wall Street Insights, a Chinese investor news service with a mixed track record regarding Apple product rumors. The report’s details remain unclear, possibly referring to January 27 in China, which translates to January 26 in the US.

Apple itself has only confirmed an “early 2024” launch window for the Vision Pro, whose 2nd Gen headset hardware info possibly leaked, offering no specific timeframe for pre-orders or the official release date.

It is important to note that Apple rarely launches hardware products on Saturdays, typically favoring weekdays to maximize media coverage and market reaction. This historical trend makes Friday, January 26, a more probable candidate for the Vision Pro’s arrival, should an early launch be the case.

While the whispers of a January 27 launch are enticing, February seems like a safer bet unless Apple confirms otherwise.

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