Apple’s long-awaited mixed reality headset is one step further. Now the augmented and virtual reality glasses may have a name. Several trademark applications indicate this.
A shell company associated with Apple has reports from Bloomberg reported that a number of new trademarks had been registered. The names “Reality One”, “Reality Pro” and “Reality Processor” suggest that the technology group is preparing to enter the virtual reality market.
Speculation about the naming of the mixed reality headset
As early as June of this year, rumors circulated that Apple was developing a corresponding headset with augmented and virtual reality functions. With the revelation of the registered names, speculation is now gaining momentum.
According to one Article by 9to5mac “Reality One” refers to the fact that it is Apple’s first VR product. “Reality Pro” can in turn indicate that it will be a high-priced product that is not designed for mass appeal.
Is Apple planning two versions?
The Verge On the other hand, it is assumed that the headset will appear in two versions, with “Reality One” being the standard model and “Reality Pro” being a more powerful version. “Reality Processor” refers to the built-in processor, which is believed to be an M2 chip.
However, there is agreement that Apple will not launch the headset until next year. An analysis by Ming-Chi Kuo recently assumed that it will probably be presented in January 2023.