Reality OS the name apple is reportedly using for the operating system running on its rumored virtual and augmented reality headset has appeared in a trademark filing. Bloomberg News was the first to report the actual operating system branding back in 2017 and references to the name have appeared in apple software. The trademark application hasn’t formally been filed by apple but it’s common practice for large agencies to apply for trademarks under one off agency names like reality system LLC in this case in the state of Delaware for the sole purpose of maintaining ambiguity. The trademark application is the newest proof that Apple is on the cusp of declaring its long supposed headset. It follows the news previous this month that the agency’s board of directors reportedly tried out the wearable device which is common practice ahead of a public launch. In January Bloomberg news reported that the headset was initially planned for release in late 2022 after an announcement at the agency’s developer conference but that could be delayed due to development challenges. The headset release could now happen in 2023 according to Bloomberg. The trademark certification references wearable computer hardware and is said to relate to the design and development of computer hardware, software, peripherals, and computer and video games. The design and functionality of the apple headset have been the source of many assumptions over the years but most reports suggest that it’ll be able to offer a combination of virtual reality and augmented reality experiences immersing you in virtual content over real-world environments.
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