Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on June 6, and trademark filing details for “realityOS,” the name for Apple’s upcoming AR/VR headset operating system, have been resurfaced online. MacRumors says this may offer a clue as to what Apple may share about the rumored “Apple Glasses” at WWDC.
The two separate trademark filings (1, 2) were resurfaced by Parker Ortolani on Twitter, who notes that while both were initially submitted on December 8, 2021. MacRumors notes that the filings themselves are not labeled or marked as Apple trademarks, but several hints indicate the Cupertino tech giant owns them.
About Apple Glasses
When it comes to Apple Glasses, such a device will arrive in late 2022 or 2023, depending on which rumor you believe. It will be a head-mounted display. Or may have a design like “normal” glasses. Or it may be eventually be available in both. The Apple Glasses may or may not have to be tethered to an iPhone to work. Other rumors say that Apple Glasses could have a custom-build Apple chip.
Apple will host its annual WWDC in an online format (as it has since the global COVID pandemic) from June 6 through 10, free for all developers to attend.
WWDC22 will, of course, showcase the latest innovations in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, while giving developers access to Apple engineers and technologies to learn how to create apps and interactive experiences.