Apple Is Developing Two New Features For Future iPhones

Thursday, April 5, 2018
iPhone-touchless-gesture

Apple is developing two new features for the next generation of iPhones: iPhone touchless gesture and curved screens.




The tech giant is said to be in the early stages of developing these new features which would be available for next generation of iPhones, as reported by BloomBerg.


As exciting as this prospect may be, these features features wouldn’t available very soon, not for atleast 2 years. And that’s if Apple decides to take a step further on these ideas.


Bloomberg said Apple hasn’t responded to this claims yet.


With majority of modern smartphones looking similar in both hardware and sofware features, these two features (iPhone touchless gesture and curved screens) would differentiate and set them apart from their competitors.

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These concepts may seem relatively new, but that isn’t the case as Samsung had previously developed a technology called “Air Gestures.” Samsung also has success creating curved screens for various of its flagship smartphones.

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Though reports from Bloomberg suggests the screens wouldn’t be curved in thesame pattern as seen on Samsung phones. “Apple is working on a way to control some tasks on a smartphone ; and the new screens would curve inward gradually from top to bottom, not along the sides as with Samsung flagship devices,” said Bloomberg.



The aforementioned are not the only upgrades that would be featured on new iPhones. CNET reported back in February that “Apple is developing three sizes of iPhone for this year’s model, with the 6.5 inch screen set to be the largest.” iPhone 8 Plus has 5.5 inch screen.



We can also recall that Apple announced the Apple iPad 2018 at the Apple Events 2018 held in Chicago (month of March). Check out full specifications and price here. It is the cheapest iPad and it's set to compete with chromebooks.

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