Apple’s upcoming iPhones will have a strange look

Apple It’s apparently a plan for a strange tablet with a back cover that comes with a touch panel. But before that, there are devices that make use of touch panels on the back, but the design of the tablet is completely different. If these are in iPad Apple’s next take on it will turn it into an interesting device.

Apple's upcoming iPhones will have a strange look


The plans offered by Apple for its new iPad are likely to feature multiple touch panels. In one of these designs, it looks like the new tablet will be equipped with four small touch areas in each corner. Another example is the two large panels that cover the entire space behind the device.

Apple's upcoming iPhones will have a strange look

The third design suggests that the touch panels do not have a specific arrangement, in contrast to flexible tablets, which means that one part of the other may be smaller. The other image shows the arrangement of three small rectangles side by side, which are rows up and down in the center of the back of the device.

Apple's upcoming iPhones will have a strange look

Apple has introduced several different ways to locate touch panels that may be used to build the latest iPad’s technology. As you can see in the pictures, these placement arrangements include left and right, up and down, and diagonal. Other designs also show the set of combinations that can be created with these scenarios. These combinations include dragging or dropping fingers together on a webpage or map to move them.

Apple, in the description of this technology, strongly pointed out. The screen performance depends on the amount of force an individual introduces on the touchpad or pad, which Apple introduced several years ago under the heading of FTX and 3D Touch.

According to Apple’s explanation, the touch panel features used in the rear of the new tablet were just like those used in the ForsTech. Of course, with the difference that instead of the front of the device, this time used in the back.

Gulnaz Abdallahyan, the inventor, says:

This method also examines the relationship between the location or amount of force entailed by the sensor layer with the force generated by a touch contact and, if there is a connection, considers the behavior of the force applied as a front-end force, and if the location or the amount of force Imported with the sensor layer is not considered as a rear-wheel drive power.

He also pointed out:

Based on the detected force, appropriate actions, such as special operations on the back of the device, such as multi-application software switches or content manipulation and the display will take place.

The document was originally published by the USPTO in March 2017. In the text of this document, there are inventors such as Gulnaz Abdullahiyan and Wine C Westman; the patent was granted in September 2017.

Over the past few years, the launch of Apple’s latest iPad has occurred in the third month of the year. But last year, the introduction of the new iPad was launched in June; it’s likely Apple will change its introduction date this year.

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