Apple's making curved iPhone screens that support air gestures

Apple's making curved iPhone screens that support air gestures

Apple's making curved iPhone screens that support air gestures

Industry experts are saying that Apple has started working on touchless gesture and features like curved screens for iPhones. It is said that these new technologies are still in the development phase and will take roughly two years before we start seeing them in Apple devices.

Curved displays and touchless gesture control could be the next major changes to the iPhone.

Bloomberg reported that Apple is still figuring out how iPhone users can control some tasks by moving a finger near the screen.

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The second experimental feature in Bloomberg's report relates to Apple designing iPhones with a display that curves inwards in the middle. The report said that the iPhone display Apple is now developing detects finger gestures even without physically touching the screen.

The new videos were released in conjunction with the new $329 iPad, the first non-Pro model to feature support for Apple Pencil. Apple's design would require gestures to be closer to the screen than with Project Soli, the person familiar with the situation said. The curved display is said to "curve inwards gradually from top to bottom". In February, Sony demonstrated a 120-inch display at Integrated Systems Europe 2018 that uses microLED and Crystal LED technologies. Reportedly it will take at least two years until consumers can give it a try. Given that the latter is still at least three years away from production, there is a strong chance that more OLED displays will end up in more iPhone models aside from the flagship. Apple is known to be the trendsetter for new technologies in the market. Even if these get the green light, we can only expect iPhones from 2-3 years in the future to feature these. Judging by the description of the display, the phone is likely to have a rather large screen and an OLED panel, given that only OLEDs can curve easily.

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