Apple has been granted a patent which consists of a microLED based display that can detect fingerprints without needing any of the conventional sensors. The patent is titled “Interactive display panel with IR diodes.”
Apple Patents a New MicroLED Based Display Capable of Recognizing Fingerprints Without Traditional Sensors
A Federal Appeals court has ordered the ongoing Apple v. Samsung case to be sent back to a lower court, which in this case is the Northern District Court of California. Incidentally, this is where the litigations originally began back in 2012.
Apple has been freshly granted a couple of patents which talk about augmented reality and virtual reality applications on devices.
The Apple Watch is a key device for Apple, so support, and expanding functionality to make the wearable more worthwhile is a priority.
A new patent application from Apple to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office titled “Band attachment mechanism with haptic response” suggests that the company is working on moving the haptic feedback circuitry from inside the Apple Watch to its wrist strap.
The Apple Pencil is a versatile accessory, but, unfortunately, it only works with the iPad Pro lineup at the moment.
iPhone fans have been calling out for a new design, and although we’re expected big changes next year, Apple could have something even more special up its sleeve for the future. The company has patented a folding smartphone that can clip onto your clothes.
While Apple is yet to launch AirPods, the company has been granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that hints at some new features the company could debut in the next-generation AirPods.
Future iterations of Apple Watch could identify users with the help of the heart rate sensor, according to a new Apple invention that was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday. The move could take Apple Watch one step closer to being freed from the iPhone.