iFixit Releases Comprehensive Teardown of Apple Vision Pro

iFixit delves into the intricacies of the Apple Vision Pro through a comprehensive written and video teardown. Unveiling a sophisticated array of internal components, the disassembly sheds light on the challenges associated with opening and repairing this mixed reality headset. Despite complexities, iFixit commends Apple for key repairability features, notably the easily replaceable speakers and battery.

The powerhouse behind the Vision Pro is Apple’s M2 chip, boasting an 8-core CPU, a 10-core GPU, a 16-core Neural Engine, and 16GB of unified memory. With up to 1TB of storage and the groundbreaking R1 chip processing input from 12 cameras, five sensors, and six microphones, the Vision Pro offers an unparalleled immersive experience.

In an exclusive interview with Wallpaper*, Apple’s vice president of software design, Alan Dye, and vice president of hardware design, Richard Howarth, shared insights into the Vision Pro’s design philosophy. Howarth highlighted the use of flexible materials and soft textures, like the Solo Knit Band, ensuring physical comfort and an enjoyable experience when worn around others.

The Apple Vision Pro officially debuted in the U.S. on Friday, with Apple confirming plans for availability in additional countries later this year. Stay informed on the latest developments in Apple’s cutting-edge mixed reality technology.

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