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Apple has registered for a new ‘xrOS’ ahead of AR/VR headset announcement

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Yukesh Prabhu
Yukesh Prabhu
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Don’t think that Apple would make a swingeing or draconian announcement if the statement from various insiders is veracious. The Cupertino-based company is speculated to bring off its mixed real expectantly next month.

Starting off with the introduction of the device, some details are unknown, including the software it will pace on and the name it would be called, howbeit now the company has registered a wordmark called “xrOS.”

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The same name the company registered earlier this year. As quoted by Parker Ortolani, the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office verified the registration of the wordmark “xrOS” earlier this month.

In January, The same firm had already applied for the “xrOS” trademark in New Zealand. Apple is naturally tied up with nature to waft the scent of its supremacy and the device the company is manufacturing, it’s all about concealment, but the company has some shell firms that the iPhone makers harness to apply trademarks and patents for unrevealed devices.

It would presumably help them to get off with a payload in case someone finds out the cause of the admonition. Coming to the wordmark that has a set of bilingual marketing dapper. The wordmark “xrOS,” which was smoked out in New Zealand, wields the San Francisco typeface created by Apple.

Surprisingly, it resembles the wave of Apple’s other operating systems, such as iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Apple did a kindred thing last year but played with the trademark and wordmark “reality.” 

The company had been thinking of “reality” and “xrOS” epithets for its new mixed reality platform on the headset and other upcoming AR/VR products. It goes on the snowdrift as Bloomberg had reported that the company has decided on “xrOS” as the platform name for its new headset.

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