Apple Headphones: “xrOS” appears again in New Zealand

Apple Headphones: “xrOS” appears again in New Zealand

Looks like ‘xrOS’ has been confirmed as the baptismal name for Apple’s headset expected in three weeks at WWDC. A trademark has been registered observer in New Zealand. Apple is not named after the owner, instead it is the company “Deep Live”, which is located in Delaware. In other words, there is a high chance of being a front company.

More specifically, there are two applications for trademark registration: moon for “XROS”, which dates back to last January other For “xrOS” that was submitted just a few days ago, May 10th.

This name was revealed last December by Bloomberg. Then Mark Gurman explained that Apple was hesitating between “two realities” and “XROS” for its hardware operating system and that the second name holds the rope.

About this helmet analyst Ming-Chi Kuo male That the second generation will enter mass production in 2025. Then there will be two models, high-end and lower-end. The volumes produced in two years will be about ten times higher than those assumed for 2023. The same Kuo expects 200,000 to 300,000 units for this first model by the end of this year.

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