Apple has registered the RealityOS trademark for a virtual reality headset

An unknown company, Realityo Systems, has registered the RealityOS trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The trademark was registered on December 8, 2021.

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It belongs to the categories of “peripherals”, “software”, as well as “computing computer equipment”.

Apple’s virtual reality headset is now known to be much more expensive than current models on the market. Its prototype has already been demonstrated by the board of directors.

Progress in the development of rOS, combined with the presentation, suggests that work on the product is nearing completion, and potential users will be able to see the Apple headset in the coming months, and it is expected to go on sale in 2023.
The flagship of a new level

Apple has long since unveiled a breakthrough flagship, which, at one time, became the iPhone. No subsequent device in the company has caused such a sensation as a smartphone. It is expected that the augmented reality headset may become Apple’s new breakthrough flagship.

The company has been working on the device for more than five years. It will be a fundamentally new product after the Apple Watch appeared in 2015. The appearance of the VR / AR headset will start Apple’s competition with Meta and its Oculus headset, which still dominates the market.

As always, Apple does not announce any details for the official announcement.
Well-known analyst Ko Minci wrote that the Apple headset will run on M1 microchips.
Bloomberg reported earlier that the company delayed the presentation due to “content and overheating issues” as well as cameras.

By the way, recently there was information that Apple started creating AR / VR headsets in 2015. The first prototypes were incredibly heavy, and some even ran on Windows. Finally, after the new direction was finally agreed, a long work began on a new device, which we will be able to see very soon.

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