Today, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a patent granted to Apple that envisions a next-generation iMac with a continuous glass body. Like any other patent, this one attempts to lay claim to several variations of the new design as well.
Drinking ample water every day is essential for our well-being. Apple’s latest patent filing reveals a hydration sensor designed for Apple Watch.
Future MacBook models could come with an Apple Pencil as the company has been granted a patent regarding the same. A patent spotted by PatentlyApple, granted to Apple today by USPTO, discusses a “new input device system for a MacBook.”
Apple introduced a display notch on iPhone X, and soon enough other smartphone makers followed suit. The iPhone notch has largely remained unchanged and is still considerably large. Rumors predict that iPhone 13 could feature a smaller notch. A newly granted patent takes it to the next level by eliminating notch entirely and expand the display.
Apple has been awarded a patent that could allow the company to include both Face ID and Touch ID on future iPhones.
Apple has been granted a new patent that would allow the Cupertino-based giant to add a periscope zoom camera to the iPhone. Apple has been rumored to introduce the 2022 iPhone with 10x or 100x zoom capabilities, and the patent might have been granted for the iPhone 14 only.
Apple has been working on an advanced depth mapping engine. In 2019 the company was granted a patent relating to methods and devices used for projection and capture of optical radiation. The patented setup consists of transmitter that emits the beam and a scanner designed to scan the beam. It works within a predefined range and could be used in applications like gaming.
XR communications, a wireless communication company, has filed a lawsuit against Apple. The lawsuit alleges specific patent infringement on several Apple products. In addition, XR Communications claims that Apple has infringed the patent by deploying MIMO technology.
Apple is reportedly testing a new ‘porous coating’ for iPhone and iPad’s speaker that could massively improve both its quality and loudness.
Apple could work on a feature that will mark your notifications as read by tracking your eye movement. As creepy as it may sound, the new interaction method could trigger certain functions when users are present.