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Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge When you read a review of a smartphone, you will usually be hit with a long list of screen specs: the display type, its dimensions and aspect ratio, its resolution in pixels, its HDR support (or lack of it), and its brightness, for example. Too often, it’s assumed that everyone understands the significance of each of these specs. So in this article, we’re going to focus on the basics of the refresh rate, which you’ll see in the specs of monitors and TVs as well. It tells you how many times the display is refreshed per second, typically measured in Hz (hertz). In other words, a 90Hz display refreshes itself 90 times a…
Macworld With less than a month to go until the WWDC keynote, there’s even more evidence that Apple is planning to launch its new mixed-reality headset. According to a secret trademark, the company has seemingly confirmed the name of the new device’s operating system: xrOS, with the first two letters standing for “extended reality.” Eagle-eyed Parker Ortolani, who works for the Verge, noticed that Apple last week applied to the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office for a trademark on a logo that is simply the word “xrOS” in the company’s proprietary SF Pro typeface. Back in December Bloomberg reported that Apple had switched from realityOS to xrOS as the name for the software, and this discovery appears to confirm that…
Macworld With less than a month to go until Apple’s WWDC keynote presentation and the expected launch of its mixed-reality headset, the company may have accidentally confirmed the name of the device’s operating system. It looks like the software will indeed be called “xrOS,” with the first two letters standing for “extended reality.” Eagle-eyed Parker Ortolani, who works for the Verge, noticed that Apple last week applied to the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office for a trademark on a logo that is simply the word “xrOS” in the company’s proprietary SF Pro typeface. Back in December Bloomberg reported that Apple had switched from realityOS to xrOS as the name for the software, and this discovery appears to confirm that claim.…
Macworld With less than a month to go until Apple’s WWDC keynote presentation and the expected launch of its mixed-reality headset, the company may have accidentally confirmed the name of the device’s operating system. It looks like the software will indeed be called “xrOS,” with the first two letters standing for “extended reality.” Eagle-eyed Parker Ortolani, who works for the Verge, noticed that Apple last week applied to the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office for a trademark on a logo that is simply the word “xrOS” in the company’s proprietary SF Pro typeface. Back in December Bloomberg reported that Apple had switched from realityOS to xrOS as the name for the software, and this discovery appears to confirm that claim.…
Macworld With less than a month to go until Apple’s WWDC keynote presentation and the expected launch of its mixed-reality headset, the company may have accidentally confirmed the name of the device’s operating system. It looks like the software will indeed be called “xrOS,” with the first two letters standing for “extended reality.” Eagle-eyed Parker Ortolani, who works for the Verge, noticed that Apple last week applied to the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office for a trademark on a logo that is simply the word “xrOS” in the company’s proprietary SF Pro typeface. Back in December Bloomberg reported that Apple had switched from realityOS to xrOS as the name for the software, and this discovery appears to confirm that claim.…
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