Apple reportedly called the software for its Reality Pro headset

realityOS at first, according to Bloomberg.

But as it gets closer to the public release, it changed the moniker to xrOS sometime late last year.

According to rumours, xrOS stands for "extended reality," which is in line.

with Apple's desires for the headset to keep users connected to the outside world.

For example, it is said that the Reality Pro headset would contain cameras.

that face the outside so that users can see their surroundings.