As a trademark application, Apple is approaching a product line release that can compete with the iPhone. What Happened: With Apple’s next World Developers Forum (WWDC) a week ago, Cupertino behemoth registered the name of the operating system (OS) for its virtual reality (VR) and multiplayer products ( AR).
As reported by MacRumors in a Sunday report, with the release taking place shortly before WWDC some hope the company could announce a device at the event, after several rumors suggested that users would need to wait until at least next year for a product announcement. The two trademark launches were released on December 8, 2021, and listed with the expiration date of foreign registration of June 8, 2022 – two days after Apple’s first WWDC key. Neither of the two files are registered as Apple trademarks, but they are sued by “Realityo Systems LLC,” a company at the same address that Apple used in recent years to become macOS California release name before launch.
Apple has unexpectedly confirmed that the trueOS is real by mentioning it in previous store updates in 2022. Recent reports also suggest that Apple officials are testing a version of the company’s highly anticipated AR / VR headset in a month this – which will determine the product development. has made significant progress.