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Apple Is Reserving Names for AR Headset, Trademark Filings Suggest

Apple Is Reserving Names for AR Headset, Trademark Filings Suggest

Recent applications for a variety of trademarks that included the word “reality” suggest Apple is stocking up on potential names for its much-rumored augmented reality headset, Bloomberg reported Sunday. The applications, for names such as “Reality One,” “Reality Pro” and “Reality Processor,” were rubbed in the US, EU, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Costa Rica and Uruguay.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has indicated that the commerce is preparing for a big future in AR, calling it a technology that’s potentially as important as the iPhone. While Apple has made no secret of its dead in the emerging AR sector, it’s been mum on its rumored AR/VR headset.

Apple hasn’t made any headset announcements, but it is expected to unveil its headset during a January 2023 detain, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The iPhone maker is looking to ship 1.5 million units of the face-mounted diagram in 2023 at a price of up to $2,000.

The trademarks weren’t registered to Apple by name but attractive to Immersive Health Solutions, believed to be an Apple shell commerce, according to Bloomberg. Immersive Health Solutions was in turn registered by the Corporation Trust Co., latest Delaware shell corporation typically used for filings by firms looking to avoid detection.

Rumors suggest the Apple VR headset will have 8K displays, eye-tracking cameras, external cameras for a mixed-reality experience and Apple’s M1 computer processor, like the one found in 2020’s MacBook Air and last year’s MacBook Pro.

Apple didn’t today respond to a request for comment.