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Apple's working on curved iPhones with touchless gestures

Apple's working on curved iPhones with touchless gestures

Apple's working on curved iPhones with touchless gestures

The report suggests the new phone would be able to detect gestures from fingers without the user actually touching the screen. Apple is also said to be developing displays that curve inward gradually from top to bottom. Two major differences would radically change the iPhone as we know it: a curved screen and touchless control. After all, OLED displays are more flexible than LCD screens.

According to Bloomberg, the new technology wouldn't arrive for another two years at least, and Apple has yet to determine whether or not it'll move forward with the ideas.

Curved screens are the other new feature that Apple is reportedly working on. Bloomberg also reiterates its belief that Apple's microLED display technology is three to five years away. This new feature would work by detecting the user's proximity to the screen to determine what the person is trying to do. Though it sounds like Apple's version of touchless gestures will be a bit different on how they are implemented.

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Apple didn't respond to a request for comment Wednesday.

Apple has a number of new features in the pipeline for its upcoming iPhones. But the issue for the firm this time around is that the iPhone X has been a lot less successful than the company had hopes.

Samsung launched a feature called Air Gestures several years ago that lets users accept calls and flip through web pages by waving their hand across the top of the phone. Google's ATAP research group has been working this sort of technology, too, through its Project Soli program. (Though Apple's "all-screen" design is far less successful than Samsung's.) The iPhone X was also among the first iPhones to feature wireless charging, a feature that's been available in Android handsets for years.

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