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The source said that Apple trained employees to disable the word "VR" when introducing Vision Pro headers.

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Shulou( Report--, December 20 (Xinhua)-- the source Brad Lynch recently tweeted that Apple banned employees from using the word "VR" in pre-job training featured in Vision Pro.

He said in his tweet that Apple explicitly asked its employees not to use the word "VR" during presentation and promotion to users, but to emphasize "magical" and "new" impressions.

In subsequent interactions with netizens, he revealed that Apple only banned the word virtual reality (VR), not augmented reality (AR) and extended reality (XR), but basically did not mention mixed reality (MR) in the pre-job training content.

Apple invited some retail store employees to Cupertino, Calif., to train them on how to use and sell Vision Pro, reported earlier, citing Mark Goolman of Bloomberg. The plan is to select a few people from each store to fly to headquarters for training, and then ask them to go back and teach them to others.

According to Gurman, these seminars have now been arranged, and specific training activities will begin in mid-January next year, and each employee will need to receive two days of training.

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