Apple’s new patent, which has previously denied it will produce touchscreen laptops several times, suggests that the decision can be reversed. The patent is expected to be used for the next generation of Apple ecosystems.
Apple has previously denied allegations that it will produce a touchscreen laptop several times. A new patent suggests that Apple may have changed his mind.
The patent, obtained in the United States and published under the title ‘Cross-Device Interaction’, is estimated to be a feature that will be available in future generations of devices in the Apple ecosystem of iPhone, iPad and Mac. The patent includes drawings and recipes of a laptop with a smartphone
According to the recipes, the computer screen is ‘touch sensitive’ and the user will be able to choose to apply different functions and controls with their fingers on the screen. Earlier, Craig Federighi, Apple’s chief executive, said they had given up on not making touchscreen Mac devices. The main reason for this was that the laborious input method in which touchscreens were on the screen contradicted the accessible ‘ergonomic’ Mac.
Apple, bir başka patentinde sanal akustik sistemini güçlendirmeyi hedefliyor. Sanal akustik sistemi, kullanıcılarda seslerin doğrudan bir biçimde hoparlörden değil, iç ya da dış mekanlardan kaynaklandığı illüzyonunu yaratıyor. Sanal akustik için ses sinyali işlemesi, sinema, spor ya da video oyunları deneyimini zenginleştirebilir ve ‘orada olma’ hissini yaratabilir.