Pre-orders for Vision Pro launched today, giving us the first opportunity to browse the $3,500 spatial computer’s (aka XR headset’s) barrage of expensive official accessories and replacement parts.

Apple is hoping you tack on a few goodies to make your Vision Pro experience even better starting today, which we now learned includes your standard array of pricey Apple accessories, but also replacement bits in case you lose, damage, or just want a spare for whatever reason.

Firstly, the headset already comes with all of the stuff you’ll need from the get-go, including:

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Here’s a breakdown of each accessory and replacement bit on offer:

Official Accessories

Apple Vision Pro Travel Case – $199.00

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Designed by Apple to protect your Apple Vision Pro when you’re on the go. The Apple Vision Pro Travel Case has a retractable handle and specially designed compartments for your battery, ZEISS Optical Inserts, Apple Vision Pro Cover, and additional accessories.

ZEISS Optical Inserts – $99.00

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There are two types of ZEISS Optical Inserts: Prescription and Readers. And each type is sold as a pair designed to work with Apple Vision Pro.

Belkin Battery Holder for Apple Vision Pro – $49.95

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Designed to keep your Apple Vision Pro Battery safe and secure, the Battery Holder allows for a convenient and versatile hands-free experience. The Battery Holder offers a quick and easy way to clip the battery onto a belt or pants, while the cross-body strap gives those without clip access a great way to be hands-free while experiencing Apple Vision Pro.

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Replacement Parts

Apple Vision Pro Battery – $199.00

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The high-performance Apple Vision Pro Battery is made out of smooth, machined aluminum and connects to your Apple Vision Pro using a woven USB-C cable. It can slip into your pocket for portable power and supports up to two hours of general use, 2.5 hours of video playback, and all-day use when plugged in.

Apple Vision Pro Light Seal – $199.00

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The Apple Vision Pro Light Seal gently conforms to your face and helps deliver a precise fit while blocking out stray light. It magnetically attaches to Apple Vision Pro and comes in a range of different shapes. The included Light Seal Cushions magnetically attach to the Light Seal and are easily removable for cleaning.

Apple Vision Pro Light Seal Cushion – $29.00

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The Apple Vision Pro Light Seal Cushion magnetically attaches to the Apple Vision Pro Light Seal and can be easily removed for cleaning. Available in N, N+, W, W+ sizes.

Apple Vision Pro Solo Knit Band (S,M,L) – $99.00

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Designed for Apple Vision Pro, the Solo Knit Band is 3D knitted as a single piece to create a unique rib structure that provides cushioning, breathability, and stretch. It has an easy-to-reach Fit Dial to let you adjust Apple Vision Pro to your head and enables microadjustments during use. The Solo Knit Band attaches to the Audio Straps with a simple and secure mechanism, and the release tabs allow you to detach it when needed.

Apple Vision Pro Dual Loop Band (S,M,L)  – $99.00

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Designed for Apple Vision Pro, the Dual Loop Band features a pair of upper and lower straps for a precise fit. The Dual Loop Band attaches to the Audio Straps with a simple and secure mechanism, and release tabs allow you to quickly detach it when needed.

240W USB-C Charge Cable (2 m) – $29.00

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This 2-meter charge cable is made with a woven design — with USB-C connectors on both ends — and is ideal for charging, syncing, and transferring data between USB-C devices. It supports charging of up to 240 watts and transfers data at USB 2 rates. Pair the USB-C Charge Cable with a compatible USB-C power adapter to conveniently charge your devices from a wall outlet and take advantage of fast-charging capabilities. USB-C power adapters sold separately.

30W USB-C Power Adapter – $39.00

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The 30W USB‑C Power Adapter offers fast, efficient charging at home, in the office, or on the go. While the power adapter is compatible with any USB‑C device, Apple recommends using it with MacBook Air and Apple Vision Pro. You can also use it with select iPhone and iPad Pro models to take advantage of the fast-charging feature.


Oh, and while you’re at it, why not grab Caviar’s $40,000 version that’s literally covered in 18K gold too?

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  • ViRGiN

    Gotta give it to Apple, they are clearly more commited than Valve.

    • No one is more committed to overpricing than Apple.

      • ViRGiN

        Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 1TB – 1979 euros
        Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 1TB – 1839 euros

        Pricing on top models have balanced out years ago. Gone are the days of Samsung flagship being both better and much cheaper than the iPhone.

        • Samsung getting in on the overpricing trend. What a surprise…

  • Christian Schildwaechter

    I’m not astonished by the high prices, but puzzled by the battery holder being made by Belkin. Belkin has offered Apple accessories for decades, and are now a part of Foxconn, Apple’s largest contract manufacturer by far. And Belkin proudly announced that they partnered for this with Apple, this isn’t just something they came up with.

    But why has Apple decided to make the battery holder a 3rd party accessory? Ignoring that this is basically a USD 50 clip-on phone case you could print yourself for USD 1 in plastic filament, there has to be a reason why something so obvious isn’t included in the box. And no, the answer isn’t Apple trying to make more money. Whenever they leave out something that is “obviously” important, it is an intentional design choice related to intended use. So they don’t want AVP associated with something tethered to the waist, even though carrying the battery in your hand or pocket (for those wearing pants) is less convenient.

    My best guess is that the external battery is mostly a “design accident”, because they simply couldn’t fit a battery into the 1st gen AVP in a satisfying way. At the back of the strap isn’t an option for something used to watch movies while lying down and easy to put on/off, and AVP is positioned as a media device, not a VR HMD. So maybe they outsourced this just to avoid the impression that this very un-Apple design is a template for future HMDs. But that’s just me being puzzled and wildly guessing.

  • Apple Vision Pro Light Seal better message my face.

    • John Knierim

      I think you mean “massage”

  • Oh they are so cheap lol

  • xyzs

    At this point, it seriously feels like a social experiment.
    “How dumb our customers can be regarding our pricing extortion?”

  • david vincent

    $200 for a small battery and $50 for the clip to hold it
    What a scam haha

  • Arno van Wingerde

    The overall quality of the AVP seems quite a bit better than the Quest3 (as it should for the price difference) but it is quite heavy and both straps seem inadequate to carry the weight. I would something like the dual loop band with two solo knitted bands going behind and over the head. This looks like a glaring design error, which I had certainly not expected from Apple (the price was less of a surprise…).