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Apple publishes Vision Pro job listings in Australia, China and Japan after last year in the UK

By Joe Rossignol

This week, Apple released identical Vision Pro job listings in Australia, China and Japan as the headset becomes available internationally.


Apple is looking for a so-called “briefing specialist” in all three countries. This is a sales position that involves demonstrating the capabilities of Vision Pro to enterprise clients, according to the job listing.

“You will develop and conduct demos that showcase the product's capabilities and breakthrough innovations. technology,” the job listing says. “You will also showcase the solutions, common use cases and transformative user workflows that inspire customers to invest in the technology, the VisionOS platform and the product itself.”

Apple published the same job listing for Vision Pro in the UK last year , but the headset will remain available in the US only after its launch on February 2.

On its website, Apple says the Vision Pro will be available in other countries later this year, but the company hasn't given a more specific timeline or indicates when exactly the headset will be available next time. Last month, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said he believed the Vision Pro would launch internationally ahead of Apple's annual WWDC developer conference, which typically takes place in the first week of June.

MacRumors contributor Aaron Perris recently received information that suggests Apple is preparing to roll out Vision Pro to at least Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and the UK, with “Briefing Specialist” job listings now posted to at least four from these countries.

Thanks, Alicia!

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