In an attempt to leave their competitors in the dust, Apple is working on new technology that will make iPhone's absolutely irresistible. According to Bloomberg, the new features are touchless gesture controls and curved displays.
Industry experts are saying that Apple has started working on touchless gesture and features like curved screens for iPhones. However, there is no word on how these new gestures would be integrated into iOS software.
Speaking in terms of the display, it will "gradually" curve inward from top to bottom and it's still at least two to three years away. Rumours suggest the narrow-bezel display and FaceID making it to all the new iPhones this year as standard fitment.
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A new report claims that future iPhones might be equipped with technology that allows you to use them without having to touch their screen with your finger. There is also no word on whether Apple will actually bring these capabilities into the market. Apple is expected to release a 6.5-inch iPhone with an OLED screen and a new, lower-cost LCD model. The report said that the iPhone display Apple is now developing detects finger gestures even without physically touching the screen. Apparently it will take Apple another two years to put these innovations into a working product. 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.
The series of minute-long videos were published on Apple's official YouTube channel, showing users how to get the most out of their device and enticing in potential customers. Both the projects are reportedly in their early stages of research and development.
Bloomberg reports that the initiative "is still in early developmental stages", but is meant to bring Macs into the same unified architecture that allows all of Apple's other devices to work together "seamlessly".