Apple get new patent for the iPhone, with a screen that occupies all the front windows included HUD

Apple has obtained a new patent earlier this week, one which refers only to the front space of an iPhone. It’s about a technology that enables a speaker to talk, room, and a window HUD to be “hidden” behind a panel edge to edge.

Travels whereas rumors that Apple would wish to make the transition to a panel edge to edge on the next iPhone, if not in August then iPhone model next year or even 2019. Now this patent appeared to offer weight to rumors, describing a means by which necessary components are mounted behind a glass panel and are accessible using the holes invisible to the human eye.

For instance selfie room, speakerphone or voice ambient mild sensor could also be hidden in this manner, the backplane, or moved to an entirely different portion of the present one. In the meantime button, Home or recess Touch ID Sensor can just be minimized into the glass. Patent suggests the use of OLED technology as an alternative of LCD, and a system heads-up display (HUD)

It’s proposed the idea of clear areas in the front or back of the phone, and when the user looks in that area, they will see a digital image superimposed on real-life objects. AR as a function interesting, however, changes to the terminal can be very high. As usual, a patent doesn’t imply immediate implementable or implementation of technology ever.

But the concept of iPhone “all glass” in the frontal sounds good.

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Last update was in: Jan 11, 2017 2:28 pm GMT

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