Apple's alleged initial foray into AR and VR has been kept under wraps, but a fresh story claims that the mixed-reality gear is moving closer to a public debut.

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Apple's board of directors received a sneak view at the company's future mixed-reality headgear at a quarterly meeting, according to Bloomberg.

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"Eight independent directors" and CEO Tim Cook were present at the meeting.

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According to unidentified insiders familiar with the topic, Apple showed the headset's capabilities, according to Bloomberg.

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Apple is also accelerating development of the headset's operating system, codenamed "realityOS" or just rOS. This follows Apple's naming convention for its previous products.

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According to the story, Apple had planned to introduce the headset during its Worldwide Developers Conference this year, but had to postpone it owing to overheating concerns.

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In addition, supply chain concerns and inflation have made things difficult for the electronics industry as a whole.

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There have been a lot of rumours regarding how Apple's mixed-reality headset would appear and work.

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Most rumours agree, however, that there will be a multitude of cameras and sensors that will allow you to see the outside world.

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Despite Meta Quest 2's full dominance, Apple may be one of the few corporations capable of actually challenging (and surpassing) Meta. ALSO READ : Apple is testing a number of new Macs using the next-generation M2 processor

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