Earlier today, Facebook announced this Re-branding yourself as meta. When CEO Mark Zuckerberg first shared the news during the company’s Connect event, it wasn’t clear how widely it planned to take the name across its product portfolio. But now we have a much better idea thanks to a Facebook post from the incoming CTO Andrew “Bose” Bosworth. For one, the Meta Oculus brand is retiring.
In early 2022, Oculus Quest Will instead be known as Meta Quest. Similarly, the Oculus app will be called the Meta Quest app going forward. According to Bosworth, the purpose is to “clarify” the quest for consumers to be a meta product. “We all have a strong connection to the Oculus brand and it was a very difficult decision to make,” Bosworth said. “While we’re retiring the name, I can assure you that the original Oculus aspect is deeply embedded in how Meta will continue to receive widespread support for VR today.”
As part of the rebranding, Metao is backpading behind it Unpopular decision Required Facebook login To use the Oculus headset. Bosworth said the company is working on new ways to allow people to log in to the platform and it will launch sometime next year. “This is one of the top priority areas of our work internally,” he added. Additionally, other products with the name will be filtered Facebook portal. On the front, the company plans to call its smart display meta portal.
The possibility of the name Oculus disappearing has been on the minds of fans since the acquisition of Facebook. Company in 2014. For better or worse, the company that once existed is no more. It is now a cog in the meta ambition to create a metaverse.
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