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Apple is experimenting with touchless gestures and curved screen iPhones

05 April 2018

Apple is also said to be developing displays that curve inward gradually from top to bottom. And the latest report says that Apple will follow Samsung by offering curved displays and touchless control on future iPhones. 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 phone, which, according to Bloomberg, is expected to take at least two years to arrive, will feature a curved display.

We're still combing through the release notes to see what new features are being introduced, but there are already some good guesses about why Apple might be following up with iOS 11.4 beta 1 so soon after releasing iOS 11.3.

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In the fourth quarter, Apple was responsible for about 20 percent of smartphone shipments following the launch of the iPhone X and iPhone 8, beating out second place Samsung and Huawei, according to IDC. Air Gestures were also implemented by Samsung years ago, where users could take selfies and perform other actions with just a wave of their hand.

Apple's always been said to be working on new technologies to build into its lineup of iPhones, and today's report out of Bloomberg corroborates these rumors.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Apple is working on completely new technology for future releases of the iPhones. Hence, tech sources strongly believe that the curved screens that Apple is making are still OLED screens and not MicroLED. 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. Google's ATAP research group has been working on similar technology through a program known as Project Soli.

Outside of the expectation of these new features, we should also expect the new Schoolwork app for students and a ClassKit API to allow developers to make third-party applications to better support Apple's efforts to become a staple in the classroom.

The iPhone X, which was released previous year.

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Apple is experimenting with touchless gestures and curved screen iPhones