A patent filed by Apple in March 2014 was revealed by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday, which contains details about the company’s effort to waterproof its devices using hydrophobic coating. The patent contains “methods for shielding electronic components from moisture.”
Apple is known for its hardware finesse, choosing the right combination of hardware features to improve the device and not overload it with novelties that contribute little to the overall experience. This philosophy of hardware design is evident in the Apple Watch, which reportedly underwent a drastic redesign during the development process. Those Watch hardware features that made the cut are profiled below.
In early January 2015, Apple and a host of other companies agreed to a $415 million settlement in relation to an anti-poaching lawsuit that had embattled all of the companies for months.
Apple’s still tweaking iTunes Music Store recommendations, lending more room to editorial than sales
On March 9, Apple is going to host its “Spring forward” media event, and obviously there’s quite a bit of preparation needed.