In a request filed with the United States Patent Office, called the Flexible Battery Structure, Apple describes various battery design concepts that may later allow you to create curved or curved models of its most popular products.
According to the description, replaceable batteries will be used on "portable electronic devices", which can be started from iPhone and iPad to laptops such as MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. All in all, the idea of an iPhone that you can afford will be by far the most enjoyable for Apple fans.
As always when we talk about patentability, we should point out that it is not at all clear that the technology described is ultimately available to consumer products. Technology companies often claim patents that they have an ambitious plan simply by following them on a "case-by-case" basis, or confusing competitors.
But given the growing appetite for wearable devices (better known as the Samsung Galaxy Fold), there's reason to expect that Apple's desire for wearable batteries will exceed the planning stage.
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