At launch, Apple will be offering sports apps and streaming services on the Vision Pro

Disney+, ESPN, MLB, PGA Tour, Max, Discovery+, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount+, Peacock, Pluto TV, Tubi, Fubo, Crunchyroll, Red Bull TV, IMAX, TikTok, and MUBI are just a few of the streaming, video, and sports apps that Apple has revealed will be accessible on the Vision Pro when the headset launches on February 2. Fans of Major League Soccer can use the Apple TV app on their headset to access MLS Season Pass.

Users will be able to use Safari and other web browsers on the headset in addition to apps to access a wide range of other streaming services.

Vision Pro is compatible with both 2D and 3D video. Disney+ and a few other streaming services, according to Apple, will premiere 3D versions of new films concurrently with or soon after 2D premieres, and will initially provide a selection of movies in 3D on the Vision Pro.

Upon debut, the Apple TV app for the Vision Pro will provide over 150 3D movies for purchase or rental, including Avatar: The Way of Water, Dune, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

Furthermore, a selection of video filmed in the new Apple Immersive Video format will be available for free through the Apple TV app. According to Apple, the format comprises of 180-degree 3D 8K spatial audio recordings.

Vision Pro will be available for pre-order starting on Friday, January 19, with a starting price of $3,499 in the United States. For the time being, the headset is only available in the United States; other nations should be able to purchase it later this year.