According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple has internally altered the name of the software that goes along with their future mixed reality headset from "realityOS" to "xrOS." Since "XR" stands for extended reality and the headset is anticipated to have both augmented and virtual reality characteristics, as the article points out, the new acronym more accurately describes the software's capabilities.
In addition to the internal name change, Gurman claims that a fictitious company called Deep Dive LLC has registered the trademark "xrOS" in the US as well as in other nations, such as those in Asia, the European Union, the UK, Australia, Mexico, Ukraine, Japan, and Canada. Deep Dive stated in its application that it is seeking a trademark for "head-mounted displays" and gadgets that offer "virtual reality."
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