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A software engineer wore an Apple Vision Pro to his wedding, much to the chagrin of his fiancée.

image credit: Jacob Wright

A new viral image circulating online shows a young man with an Apple Vision Pro on his wedding photos after his new bride explicitly asked him not to do so.

For most people, a wedding is a time of excitement, new beginnings and celebration of love. For Jacob Wright, this was a good excuse to make the questionable decision to release his new Apple Vision Pro.

To his credit, Wright did not wear it during the ceremony, which would have clearly started the marriage off on the wrong foot. He wore it in photos after the wedding and throughout the reception.

Wright, a software engineer at artificial intelligence startup Runpod, says playing with new technologies is his hobby. His wife Cambree is not a big fan of the Apple Vision Pro.

She called the device “a little creepy.”

However, that's not all. Cambry specifically asked that it not appear in their wedding photos.

“He was like, 'Hey baby, can I take a picture with the Apple Vision Pro?' Cambree told SFGate. “He probably asked me two or three times. I'm like, “No, no, no, we'll have to wait, we'll have to wait.” And then I turn around for one minute and it turns on.”

In the photo, Cambry looks disgusted. She later clarified that she did not — but we have doubts about this.

“I look absolutely pissed off in this photo,” she told SFGate, even though she is. “But I wasn't angry.”

Wright justified wearing the headset during a couple's big day because it allows him to capture spatial video. Of course, the iPhone 15 Pro can shoot spatial video too.

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