Sending messages, either through messaging services or standard texts, has become the standard these days, so we’ve all experienced autocorrect in one way or another.
Apple has patented a new design for hybrid headphones with wired and wireless connections that won’t drop audio when switching between the two. The headphones could be the perfect accessory for a future iPhone that ships without a 3.5mm headphone jack.
If you want a smartphone with an optical zoom lens, you have to settle for a bulky device with a huge hump in its back. But a new Apple invention for a compact telephoto lens that folds away when not in use could change that for future iPhones.
The latest patent granted to Apple by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hints at the company working on a future variant of the Magic Mouse with integrated force touch sensors. Apple first introduced Force Touch with its 13″ 2015 MacBook refresh. Since then, the company has introduced this feature to the 15-inch MacBook, with the feature coming to the iPhone in the form of 3D Touch.
It’s a patent-filled day, apparently, as another patent application outlines how Apple has toyed with the idea of making single ports a little safer.
Apple has a lot of patent applications, detailing a lot of ideas, but this latest patent app is one of the more interesting ones.
The Apple Watch is a handy personal device, offering up plenty of features in a small frame, but it looks like Apple wants to make the bands even better, too.
Apple Granted Patent for Stackable Smart Connector That Allows for Multiple Accessories to Connect at Once
Apple has been granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a “Stackable magnetically-retained connector interface”, which describes a method through which two or more accessories can connect to an iOS device at the same time using the Smart Connector that Apple first introduced on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Apple has been ramping up its own in-house mapping efforts ever since it ditched Google Maps for its stock maps app and went with its own service instead.