Apple Incorporated is said to be in the process of developing curved iPhone screens and novel sensors.
Apple is up to its old tricks. Currently, it is making plans for iPhones with larger, more curved screens. And sensors that can feel differing degrees of pressure are in the pipeline as well. The information has been relayed by unnamed sources. The glass screens on the iPhones of the future are said to bend downwards at the edges. And as for the sensors, they will respond likewise to varying levels of touch.
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The models of iPhones to come out in the future are large indeed. Their screens will approach 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches. This comes close to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3. These smart phones are slated to be released in the fall season of 2014.
Apple has been known for its innovative approach. With the screens of larger dimensions, Apple is imitating the Android phenomenon. Bad innovators borrow while good innovators just steal. Apple also changed tack with its two smart phones, the 5S and the 5C, for the elite and masses respectively. As far as the pressure sensitive technology is concerned, it will be reserved for a later model and will not be coming any time soon.
Meanwhile, the plant Apple is to open in Arizona will manufacture sapphire glass samples for use in smart phones. It is a grand project which is in keeping with the creatively perfectionist nature of Apple Incorporated.