We all know very well that the tech giant Apple is still working on augmented reality with its latest generation of phones, of course, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X which include a specific chipset to control this new technology. Now, the latest reports are stating that the tech giant Apple is creating a new operating system for its First-Ever AR headset.
OMG! Apple Is Creating A New Operating SystemWe know iOS, tvOS, watchOS, but, we still need to see and know the rOS, which will be the new operating system of the Cupertino firm for virtual reality. As the tech giant Apple took its entry into the world of augmented reality with its newly launched flagship devices, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
The tech giant Apple is still working on augmented reality with its latest generation of phones, of course, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X which include a specific chipset to control this new technology.
But in parallel, and while they get new agreements and above all convince developers to create more content and apps, they are also working in virtual reality.
There are already giants such as Oculus (Facebook) or the South Korean giant Samsung, as well as the tech giant Google, who have been in this segment for some time and compete with giants like HTC. The Cupertino firm will join virtual reality in 2019, with an ‘independent headset’ of their smartphones.
The tech giant Apple is working on a virtual reality system with its own screen, a specific chipset, and its operating system rOS. At the moment it is being named internally, according to Bloomberg, and is likely to be released in the market with that name.
What is known so far about these first glasses of the virtual reality of Apple is that they will be ready in 2019 and come ready to work with headphones, with touch controls, voice – Siri, and gestures with the head. However, its launch in the market could be delayed until 2020, depending on the evolution of the project.
In recent years, the tech giant Apple has been applying for and registering both design and technology patents related to virtual reality glasses. And now, this Bloomberg information brings us closer to the reality of the product that the company keeps in development. But before this happens, the tech giant Apple’s closest horizon is to continue to exploit augmented reality and, also with that, to investigate to apply it to its new virtual reality platform.
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