Apple is rumoured to be working on a RealityOS operating system for their future augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) set.
The RealityOS has been mentioned in a trademark filing, according to The Verge, “which hasn’t been officially submitted by Apple but it’s typical procedure for huge firms to register for trademarks under one-off entities.”
RealityOS-powered headsets will be able to provide a mix of VR and AR experiences, immersing users in virtual content and overlaying virtual features on top of real-world situations.
According to the article, the trademark application is the latest proof that apple vr set is close to releasing its long-rumored headset.
The company’s board of directors is said to have tried out the wearable device earlier this month, which is standard procedure before a public release. The AR headset is planned to have a streamlined design that allows the wearer to walk around for lengthy periods of time while wearing it.
According to reports, the corporation may make an official announcement about the new operating system for the headgear during its annual worldwide developers’ conference (WWDC).
Meanwhile, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which will be attended by over 30 million Apple developers from around the world, will begin on June 6. WWDC22 is a developer and designer conference that focuses on the newest technologies, tools, and frameworks for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, as well as apple vr set.