• Apple patents flexible iPhone

  • Apple received a registration confirmation technology of foldable screen smartphone. Patent noticed the portal BGR.

    The basis of the device will be conductive carbon nanotubes, which is capable of forming a path for passing signals. They are flexible and resistant to damage, and can also be incorporated into the design of the cables, display, touch sensor, camera, and other important elements of the smartphone. To implement this idea, a device would need to equip two panels, one of which will be a full display.

    It is noted that the company had a patent on a curved screen in 2013, but in August 2014 was filed with the application for a new invention. The patent describes in more detail the technology and the way of the smartphone that can bend.

    In addition to Apple over the emerging smartphone runs Samsung. It is expected that the Korean giant will present two bendable smartphone in February 2017 at the MWC in Barcelona in 2017.


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