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Apple Vision Pro Memes Go Viral On Twitter And TikTok

03:34 PM June 07, 2023

Apple recently announced its stupendously priced VR headset, so the internet responded accordingly. Numerous netizens showered Twitter and TikTok with some of the funniest and wittiest Apple Vision Pro memes. As a result, the ludicrously valued VR gadget became a fun time for many worldwide.

The internet significantly transformed how people worldwide respond to the news. Some write long and detailed comments, while most share pictures and videos representing their opinions. The best part is that the latter is often funny and witty. As a result, observing memes sometimes provides an honest look at peoples’ general perceptions.


Looking at Apple Vision Pro memes will let us understand people’s thoughts about the new gadget. That is why I will cover some of the funniest Twitter and TikTok posts about it. Later, I will elaborate on their general themes.

What were some of the Apple Vision Pro memes?

One of the biggest criticisms regarding the new Apple headset is the price. Believe it or not, this pair of oversized goggles is worth $3,500. Consequently, most of its memes made fun of the massive price.

Some thought the announcement was ridiculous, so Twitter user Jennifer Opal clipped that moment for the social media platform. Then, she added the caption, “The reaction to the price of the Apple Vision Pro, though!”

Another named scubaryan said, “My bank account after buying the new Apple Vision Pro.” Also, he followed his post with a clip of a man struggling to lift barbells.

Dennis N wrote, “After buying the Apple Vision Pro. His statement had a comic strip showing a man crying after seeing his delinquent bank account through VR glasses.

Others emphasized how ridiculous the gadget looked. Twitter user Jack Forge said, “This will be me at Starbucks when I get the Apple Vision Pro.” Then, he posted a man wearing VR goggles while sipping a drink outside a cafe.

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A Twitter user named Block Jokes made a joke Vision Pro announcement by showing goggles with Apples in the lenses. Also, Frank Eno posted a photo of a homeless person wearing a VR headset with the caption, “Me after buying an Apple Vision Pro.”

Others shared Apple Vision Pro memes about how the gadget realizes the sci-fi novel, “Ready Player One.” For example, Wade Westt simply commented, “Ready Player One for $3,500.”

Twitter user sova retweeted an Apple Vision Pro report from Wired. Then, the person said, “Idk about y’all, but I’ve read Ready Player One, and when something like that got invented in that universe, society literally became a dystopia.”

Why did people share these Apple Vision Pro memes?

I mentioned earlier that memes are the staple response of most netizens nowadays. It shares a flawed glimpse of people’s opinions. For example, folks jested about the Vision Pro’s price because it was exorbitant.

You can buy other products to use the Apple headset features, except for a significantly lower price. For example, the Vision Pro can display your apps 100 feet wide.

You can expand your PC monitor with a significantly cheaper projector. Also, you can purchase more affordable VR headgear like the Meta Quest 3, which costs roughly $299.99 to $349.99.

Of course, ignoring the Vision Pro’s ridiculous design is difficult. It looks like oversized goggles, which Apple expects users to wear daily for work.

Imagine wearing that while talking to your coworkers or friends. Twitter user Alex Leybourne said, “I can’t wait to finally be able to focus during a conversation using Apple’s new Vision Pro headset.”

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He followed the tweet with a photo of a lady talking to someone while wearing it. The goggles let her see her friend, albeit surrounded by ads. However, some Apple Vision Pro paint a darker future with this gadget.

Some say it will realize the plot of “Ready Player One,” a 2011 sci-fi novel by Ernest Cline. It is set in a world where people live in poverty and inequality.

Instead of improving the world, they spend most of their days exploring virtual reality with their headsets. As a result, massive tech companies dominate society.


Apple Vision Pro memes make fun of the Cupertino tech giant’s latest gadget. Some shared TikTok clips announcing the $3,500 price tag, while others shared Twitter memes.

Others worried the VR headset might bring a dystopian future once it becomes mainstream. However, we cannot predict its actual impact several years from now.

Instead, we must stay tuned to the tech trends impacting our lives. Fortunately, inquirer Tech makes it easy by providing the latest news in virtual reality, gadgets, and more.

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