Some analysts believe that it is still too early for them to present the device, but they believe that the apple brand will talk about the progress of their operating system.
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Apple will hold its annual World Developer Conference next week.
Rumors about what Appleis going to present at its World Developer Conference (WWDC) this year continue to grow as the date approaches. The last one that is giving a lot to talk about is the possibility that the apple brand is about to launch augmented reality glasses.
This information is becoming more and more meaningful, especially after the company has registered patents that allude to an operating system called ‘realityOS’. However, this is not the first time that we have heard of this name, since several developers found several ‘realityOS’ references in the App Store code in early 2022.
At the beginning, analysts pointed out that Apple was working on a mixed augmented and virtual reality viewer. However, no one believed that we could see the company’s augmented reality glasses before 2023 until the patents have been discovered.
According to Parker Ortolani, a journalist with Vox Media, there are a total of two patents registered with the United Statespatent office that cite something called realityOS. One of them is from a company that calls itself Realityo Systems LLC whose address is the same as Yosemite Research LLC, a company that Apple has previously used for other patents related to MacOS.
It cannot be a coincidence that the “realityOS” trademark owned by a company that seemingly doesn’t exist and is specifically for “wearable computer hardware” is being filed around the world on June 8, 2022
In addition, ‘realityOS’ has also been named in the patents of other countries. In some documents, they show the name of the operating system with the San Francisco typography that is the one that Apple uses in its designs.
At first, analysts still believe that we will not see augmented reality glasses this year, but some are beginning to consider the possibility of moving forward with the operating system next week. Mark Gurman, from Bloomberg, believes that Apple will not leave us wanting to it and that, at least, they will launch the mixed reality viewer for developers.