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Apple releases its Vision Pro mixed reality headset


Apple CEO Tim Cook greets first customers as Apple releases its Vision Pro mixed reality headset at the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue, New York City. Vision Pro headset is Apple's first major release since the Apple Watch nine years ago. IMAGES

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