The headset has been a hot topic of conversation in the tech industry, talking about its features and high prices.
However, that's not the main reason why the company stopped producing the Vision Pro headset.
Apple reportedly decided to scale back production of the headset due to the device's complex design, making it difficult to pack many features into one device.
And now the company has famously asked its two main Chinese suppliers to provide components for just 130,000 to 150,000 units.
As is known, this headset uses a new technology, which makes it difficult to manufacture. Manufacturing challenges are also compounded by delays in the supply chain.
Due to production cuts, Apple is expected to sell fewer than 400,000 Vision Pro units in 2024. This is a significant drop from the original sales target, but still a significant number of units for a new product category.
Despite the production cuts, Apple is staying true to the Vision Pro headset. On the other hand, the company also plans to release a cheaper version of the headset in 2025.