Friday, January 24, 2020
Apple Set To Revolutionise The Tech Industry

Apple Set To Revolutionise The Tech Industry


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Apple is all set to revolutionize the Tech Industry yet again. According to the reports, Apple has re-submitted a patent for a wrap around phone screen.

Back in 2013, a patent for a 360 degree screen extending to all sides of the phone, was received by Apple. This feature would transform the wasted space into a second screen. It will also enable the users to play games and watch videos on either side and display photos in a continuous loop around their iPhone screen, like a 3D experience.

They have since filed 13 continuations to this patent, most recently on October 24th.

If reports are to go by, the patent, in detail, advocates a continuous loop of glass around the front and back of the phone granting the device a transparent structure.

Interestingly, Samsung has a similar patent for a wrap around glass screen and current models where the glass of the device wraps over the edges of the device.

Image Source – BGR

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