Published: Fri, April 06, 2018
Sci-tech | By Bennie Mills

Apple reportedly mulling first curved OLED, gesture control iPhone

Apple reportedly mulling first curved OLED, gesture control iPhone

Also in the works alongside the new displays, is a new gesture control feature.

In a way, the touchless gesture controls will be similar to the 3D Touch feature that has been part of Apple's iPhones for the past few years.

According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on touchless screen interaction and curved screens for future models. What's more is that it takes into consideration the fingers proximity from the screen.

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Instead, you'll be able to move your finger close to the screen to perform actions that would have previously relied on you making direct contact. However, there is no word on how these new gestures would be integrated into iOS software. Flagship Samsung Galaxy S phones have had curved screen sides for years now, though the Bloomberg report indicates Apple's curved iPhone display would "curve inward gradually from top to bottom".

The video are likely timed to benefit people buying the new iPad, the first budget iOS tablet that supports the Apple Pencil.

With the release of the original iPhone in 2007, Apple introduced the Apple fans to touch screens. There is also no word on whether Apple will actually bring these capabilities into the market. The iPhone X's OLED display has a slight curve at the bottom, but it is negligible.

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Of course, if you need an even bigger screen, or even more power, then Apple has its iPad Pro models available, and which Telstra naturally offers on a range of plans, too.

As stated, both features are in early stages of development and it will be a couple of years before they see the light of day.

The firm is also reportedly working on a completely new type of screen technology, MicroLED, and may also be developing its own chips to replace the Intel components in its personal computers.

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The iPhone, like many smartphones, has been criticised in recent years for not breaking new ground.

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