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Apple AR/VR Headset Software To Be Called xrOS

by William Linden
Apple AR/VR Headset

Apple is poised to make an exciting announcement at its upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference, as it plans to unveil its highly anticipated AR/VR headset. While not officially confirmed by Apple, reports suggest that the software powering the headset will be called xrOS.

According to MacRumors, Apple has reportedly filed a trademark for xrOS in various countries, utilizing shell companies for the purpose. The name “xrOS” is believed to be an abbreviation for “Extended Reality,” indicating that it will encompass both Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experiences offered by the new Apple AR/VR headset.

The capabilities of the device are expected to be diverse, with applications ranging from gaming and video conferencing to fitness and health. This all-in-one device aims to provide users with an immersive and versatile experience, catering to various aspects of their lives.

Speculation about the pricing of the Apple AR/VR headset suggests it will retail for approximately $3,000. As for its official name, rumors indicate it will be called the Apple Reality Pro. Although the official unveiling is expected to take place next week, availability is anticipated to be later in the year.

The exact launch date of the Apple AR and VR device remains uncertain, with speculations pointing to a release window between September and November. Apple enthusiasts and tech enthusiasts alike eagerly await further details and announcements from the company to shed light on this highly anticipated product.

Source: MacRumors

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