Apple's research and development department continues to function fully, epidemic. This is evidenced by the patents coming to usBut today, not one or two, but three new documents have emerged, from new types of hinges to the evolution of the Mark Trackpad, through a kind of glove to make use of the virtual reality space.
Apple wants to invent computers and other things
The original patent is available from AppleInsider, and it says laptops wrap system that can eliminate the need for hinges. This will bring many benefits: The MacBook Air and Pro can be made from a single piece of aluminum, which can have two-fold flexibility by being made of a few clean inner sheets.
Also, with the ability to act independently, all moving parts required because they can also disappear. A few moving parts less likely to crack, shiny and slow. The curve at which the aluminum would bend can be quite smooth and since it does not have a barrier joining the two pieces, it is possible to insert more chip and battery at the back of the screen.
Another permission was sent to us by Patent Apple: Magic Trackpad that can also be the basis for wireless charging of iPhones and other instruments. It can be powerfully attached to the shell on a specially designed Magic keyboard and won't even accept Apple Pencil stripes in the sense of giving the Mac a little free drawing tool.
The appendix can also be installed on paper, but the view is mostly used on desktop computers. In this way the Market Track will be able to do more flexibility. Of course, it would have a rechargeable battery and it could communicate with the computer via Bluetooth.
We finally have it, and from the Apple Patent, gloves designed to control and interact with virtual and / or virtual environments. When we compare it to other similar accessories on sale today we are talking about something that is made easier, more efficient and more attractive to control what the text calls & # 39; holograms & # 39; which may exceed our field of vision. It can also be used with games, if Apple has its own programs.
Never forget that these types of patents do not guarantee anything: they can be tests performed at Apple Park research centers and can be issued for any reason. Also, it's always fun to see what directions Apple developers are making to try to establish. It occurs to me that the first and second patents can be combined, which provides the opportunity to build a trackpad on laptops and serve as a base for charging. Dreaming is free, isn't it?