If you needed any more evidence that the Cupertino company isn’t slowing down in its drive for product innovation and perfection, Apple was in 2015 granted more than 1,900 patents covering both its current (and future) technologies.
Fresh out of the U.S Patent and Trademark Office, a new patent originally filed by Apple could indicate that the company is planning to use several cameras inside a future version of the iPhone, in order to further bolster the smartphone’s “Optical Zoom” capabilities.
Jurors in a legal case that involved the California-based technology giant spent the best part of 4 hours coming to their ultimate verdict, last week.
Apple has long been speculated to be working on an even larger-screened version of its iPad. Tentatively dubbed the “iPad Pro,” a new report today suggests that the tablet could end up running a slightly modified version of Apple’s desktop operating system – OS X.
If you’ve ever sat and looked at your iPhone, wishing there was somehow a hidden joystick you could just “pop out” to aid you in that 15-minute casual gaming session, Apple has you covered. Well, maybe.
Apple has won what could turn out to be a milestone patent – that covers the possibility of the company deploying foldable, and flexible, materials in its future iPhones.
While today it’s possible to wirelessly throw photos, music, videos (and more) from an iOS device, to the Apple TV – with relative ease, Apple could be investigating methods which involve reversing the way its “AirPlay” data transfer technology works, so that users may in the future be able to throw content from their Apple TV – back to iOS.
A new patent unveiled at the USPTO, could shed a little light on Apple’s future plans to include better damage protection on products such as the iPhone.