Apple has registered a wordmark for “xrOS” in New Zealand, the first time the company has indirectly revealed both the name of the operating system for its upcoming headset and the official font and styling that accompanies it.

Spotted by Parker Ortolani, the ‌xrOS‌ wordmark registered with the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office shows that Apple will use its San Fransisco typeface in ‌xrOS‌ marketing, just as it does for macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

“‌xrOS‌” is meant to stand for “extended reality.” Extended reality represents both the augmented and virtual reality functions the headset will support.

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