Apple Is Reportedly Working on Touchless and Curved iPhone Screens

Apple Is Reportedly Working on Touchless and Curved iPhone Screens

Apple Is Reportedly Working on Touchless and Curved iPhone Screens

Apple might be building some bold new features for future generations of iPhones: touchless gesture controls and curved screens.

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Whether either of these features ever gets implemented into a single iPhone remains a mystery, so for now, all we can do is speculate.

According to Bloomberg, these displays will gradually curve inward from top to bottom, where as every iPhone model in the past, with the exception of the iPhone X, have used flat displays. One source told Bloomberg Technology that the unique technology would let users perform some tasks on their iPhone without really touching its display.

That means users will have to keep their gestures close to the display for it to work. Google's ATAP research group has been working this sort of technology, too, through its Project Soli program.

You may have spotted curved edges on Samsung's smartphones, but they tend to curve down and away at the display's boundaries. This is more or less the same time frame the tipsters provided for the other new technology that they said Apple is developing: a curved screen.

To access adequate OLED supplies for these new devices, Apple is expanding its sourcing from Samsung to also include LG Display, the people said.

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