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The groom wore an Apple Vision Pro to his wedding, and they wrote in X: “Divorce papers are already in preparation.”

The groom wore an Apple Vision Pro to his wedding, and they wrote in X: “Divorce papers are already in preparation.”

A California groom made a different choice for his wedding day, wearing an Apple Vision Pro, Apple's first 3D camera.

Jacob Wright, a technical engineer at an artificial intelligence startup, wore the $3,500 headset when he got married in Utah's scenic mountain range in February. In the wedding photos, Cambrie can be seen staring at her husband.

“I try not to look because it's a little scary, it's a little weird,” Cambry told SFGATE. “When he's on the Apple Vision Pro, I let him do his thing,” he added.

Apple Vision Pro seamlessly blends digital content with the user's physical space, which they can navigate simply using their eyes, hands and voice.

The bride hid the headset because she was afraid to wear it at the wedding

At one point, Cambry said she had to hide Jacob's headphones during filming because she was afraid he would try to wear them during the wedding.

Jacob, who bought the headphones a few days after the launch, kept asking Cambry if he could wear them to the concert. She refused and only allowed him to wear it to the reception.

“He said, ‘Honey, can we take pictures with the Apple Vision Pro?'” the bride said.

“He probably asked me two or three times. I was telling him: ‘No, no, no, we have to wait, we have to wait.’ “Then he turned around for a minute and he was already wearing it,” she added.

Wright's casting also sparked some comments on

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