Apple’s Vision Pro, a $3,500 headset, has been launched in the U.S. and has already reportedly sold around 200,000 units. The headset combines three-dimensional digital content with real-world views and is seen as a potential successor to both traditional television and the Mac computer. Analysts suggest that the device, with its custom computing chips and advanced displays, poses a threat to large two-dimensional screens at home and work. While entering a market with lower-cost competitors, such as Meta Platforms and HTC, the high price may not be a significant barrier for business purchasers. Walt Disney has collaborated with Apple for years, creating an app for the Vision Pro that offers immersive viewing experiences for movies and TV shows. Despite mixed responses from some app developers like Netflix and YouTube, the Vision Pro is seen as a transformative computing platform with potential applications in various fields beyond entertainment.