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Apple’s AR/VR headset will use the xrOS operating system


Apple has been working on AR/VR headsets for years and now there is news regarding the operating system that will be used on the device. According to reports, the device will use xrOS.

The Cupertino-based technology giant is said to have created a special operating system for AR/VR devices under the name xrOS.

According to reports from BloombergApple has decided to go with an operating system that supports AR/VR devices with xrOS, rather than the previously rumored RealityOS or rOS.

New information about the operating system that will be used on Apple’s AR/VR devices comes as they plan to launch the headset around 2023.


With the use of this xrOS operating system on the device, it is likely that this headset will have its own dedicated app store, which is similar to the systems on Apple TV and Apple Watch.

If this information does materialize and materialize, then this AR/VR headset from Apple will be a mixed reality device similar to Microsoft’s HoloLens, which supports both augmented and virtual reality.

The term XR itself stands for Extended Reality, where XR will include both augmented reality and virtual reality.

In addition, Apple has also redesigned several of its applications such as Maps and Messenger to provide a better experience on its AR/VR headset.

Although they also developed a software development kit, which allows third-party developers to create applications for the headset.


Although there is no definite information about the device that Apple is likely to launch in 2023, there are some reports suggesting that it could launch in the first half of 2023.

After that, the device will be available for purchase in person in the second half of 2023. It is hoped that before the launch there will be more detailed information about this headset. [FY/IF]

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