A new patent has been granted to Apple today which details the use of facial recognition technology for advanced control of devices such as iPhones and Macs.
Apple may have found a way to eliminate the need for a SIM ejector tool. The company’s new patent filing details a method which would secure SIM tray magnetically, not mechanically.
The U.S. Trademark and Patent Office has granted Apple a new patent today. It sheds light on a technology which will allow future iPhones to manage certain settings automatically based on “life events.”
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published a newly granted Apple patent that goes beyond traditional multi-touch user input. The patent describes a technology which would allow users to manipulate objects by making 3D gestures above the device’s screen.
Apple has filed for a new patent today in which it describes being able to use an iPhone to control a car or home environment. Essentially, the technology described would allow users to control the world around them.
Apple has been granted a new patent today. The patent describes that future mobile devices may come with three sensors that aid the camera in capturing pictures with far better color quality.
Battery life is a major concern with electronic devices. A new Apple patent describes that future devices might be intelligent enough to detect usage patterns so as to maximize the battery life.
New Apple patent details how iPhone users will be able to share pictures or music when caller is on hold
Apple has been granted a new patent today, which details a feature that will allow iPhone users to share content such as music and pictures with a caller that has an iPhone, and is on hold.
A newly published Apple patent details a hybrid input device that brings together features of conventional input devices such as trackpads, mice and trackballs in to one package. Such a peripheral will offer enhanced control options for the device it is connected to.
A newly filed Apple patent reveals that the company’s future headphones might be able to adjust audio output by themselves, noise cancellation feature is also likely to be on board since both of these items are detailed in the patent.
Apple finds itself embroiled in yet another patent dispute, though its not with any rival company. Boston University has actually sued Apple, claiming that the company’s products infringes on the University’s patent.
Apple has been awarded a new patent regarding a technology that would allow future devices’ bezels to have the ability to register touch input.
A court in Tokyo has ruled in favour of Apple, saying that several Samsung smartphones as well as a tablet infringe on Apple’s visual effects patent for touch screen displays.