Apple has been granted a new patent that would allow it to build multiple new devices out of single slabs of glass.
Apple has only just launched the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro but a new patent shows what could come next.
In a line which seems to be one that crops up over and over again, Apple and Samsung have once again been sparring over an ongoing legal battle relating to a design patent.
It seems that Apple and Samsung simply cannot go longer than a few months without finding themselves in court and up against each other and as we may have predicted, both companies are at it again.
When Apple released the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, they were the first iPhones to include support for wireless charging. Of course, wireless charging is not wireless at all, but true wireless charging is on the way thanks to the likes of Energous which recently saw its wares pass muster with the FCC. Now, Apple is also confirmed as working on similar technology after a patent application was spotted today.
Apple has just countersued Qualcomm, claiming patent infringement on its patents by the chip-maker in Snapdragon SoC. Here are the details.
Apple has filed for a new patent in which it details plans to use true wireless technology to charge devices without the need for a cable or charging pad.
It would appear that Apple is considering making a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar and Touch ID built in following the release of a patent application in which it is outlined.
The USPTO today granted Apple a patent which outlines microLED technology that would allow for the screen of a device, such as an iPhone or iPad, to read fingerprints.
Apple has finally been granted a patent which shows a potential direction that the company may be looking to take to bring additional value proposition to the Apple Watch with future iterations.