The part of the terms as follows, and DK below stands for Vision Pro Developer Kit:
The developer needs to be in a private development environment (such as a fully enclosed studio with solid iron doors, floors, walls, and ceilings, and the door is required to be locked when using DK), only the developer himself, or other development authorized by the developer is allowed Or, visit and use DK. Developer must ensure that unauthorized persons (including any family members, friends, roommates or household employees) do not access, view, process or use DK. Developers should always be within sight when using DK. When the developer is not using the DK, it needs to be placed in a Pelican case and locked in a locked space (for example, a locked room or closet, safe, or locked drawer). If you are away from the workspace for more than 10 days, you need to contact the docking Apple staff to find out how to ensure that the DK is protected during the absence. Neither you nor your Authorized Developers may display, demonstrate, videotape, take photographs, draw any drawings or renderings, or take any images or measurements, or conduct any benchmarking or other competitive analysis of DK.