Apple finally got rid of unreliable keyboards with Butterfly switches on MacBooks, starting with the 16-inch MacBook Pro and then extending it to the 2020 MacBook Air. Now, the company has a plan to improve the keyboard’s backlight feature with future MacBooks.
Apple is known for the build quality and design of its products such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets, and the company primarily uses aluminum to make almost all of its products. However, the company could be trying to bring an even stronger material to its future products.
Apple revolutionized the smartphone industry with the iPhone 5s and its Touch ID fingerprint authentication mechanism. It then repeated the same feat by introducing Face ID with the iPhone X, but it is still limited to iPhones and iPads. Now, it is planning to bring Face ID to Macs.
Apple makes a lot of great products, such as iPhones, iPads, and the Apple Watch. However, the Apple Mouse is not among its good products, and it has received a lot of flak from all types of users. The company is now looking to make amends, at least as per one of its recent patents.
Apple has been offering an easier way to access information from your smartphone on your car’s center console via CarPlay, but the company has plans for more. To keep you updated with the directions and breaking news, the company could use information from the iPhone and display it on the car’s dashboard.
Apple’s AR Headset Could Feature Wireless Charging, Ultrasonic Sensors for Accurate Object Detection
Apple has been reportedly working on AR (Augmented Reality) headsets for quite some time now, and the company is all about innovation, so we’ve seen multiple patents on how it plans to improve AR headsets. Its new patent talks about improved object tracking and added convenience of wireless charging.
Although Apple’s first smart speaker has the best audio quality among all the rivals, it didn’t turn out to be as successful as the company had expected, mostly due to the lack of enough features. However, the company is testing out various features that it could integrate into future versions of HomePods.
We’ve now seen multiple brands making smartphones with foldable screens, but as usual, Apple will be late to the party. However, everyone expects the company to make near perfect phones, and this patent could help Apple in making such a phone.
There’s no doubt that Apple is working on its self-driving car, and if it brings such a product to the market, it will have some unique features. One of those features could be a self-adjusting seat that holds a driver firmly during sharp turns for better driving experience and safety.