A few days before the start of WWDC 2022, new and interesting details emerge on reality, the operating system that will power the Apple AR / VR headset.

Earlier this year, some developers found references to a platform called “realityOS” in the App Store logs.

This, of course, has fueled multiple rumours that Apple is working on a new mixed reality headset. Now just over a week into WWDC 2022, the company has registered the “realityOS” trademark, giving us a hint of what might be presented at the conference.

It was the well-known Parker Ortolani who identified the existence of the two trademarks registered in December 2021. The most interesting part is that their global registration date is June 8, 2022, two days after WWDC22:

“It cannot be a coincidence that the” realityOS “brand owned by an apparently non-existent company and specific to” wearable computer hardware “will be registered worldwide on June 8, 2022,” writes Ortolani in the tweet.

The documents do not bear the Apple trademark, but “Realityo Systems LLC” and, as noted by Parker, the corporate headquarters used by this company is the same that Apple has used in the past years to register the names of new versions of macOS in California before launch.

What is realityOS?

realityOS is probably the name of Apple’s new operating system created for the company’s upcoming AR / VR headsets. According to some rumours, Apple would have worked on two new devices: a pair of AR glasses and a viewer for mixed reality.

Although the AR glasses project is still in development, a recent Bloomberg report revealed that Apple executives demonstrated the new AR / VR headset to the company’s board of directors. This suggests the product could be announced at WWDC 2022 next week.

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