Apple appears to be exploring touchless gesture control and curved screens, according to latest rumors from Bloomberg. Using OLED technology, the company might introduce a new device with a screen that gradually curves inward from top to bottom. That would suggest that these are OLED displays, which are much more flexible than LCDs.
An Apple spokesperson has declined to comment on the leaked information regarding Apple's two new projects.
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Touchless gestures are also apparently on their way to an iPhone near you, and they could be implemented in two years at the earliest. A few years ago, Samsung rolled out a concept for its phones called Air Gestures for touchless gesture control, and has already had favorable outcomes from utilizing curved screens.
In its report, Bloomberg notes that both features are only in an experimental phase and that they may not necessarily come to new iPhones.
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Apple knows the smartphone market is becoming more crowded and homogenous, and the company wants to make its iPhones stand out.
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. The feature would be based on technology built into the display itself rather than via a motion sensor on the phone's bezel, like with Samsung's implementation, the person explained.
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A new report from Bloomberg has just been released hinting at some radical changes to the iPhone design. Also in the works alongside the new displays is a new gesture control feature.