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Apple patent details plans for ‘indestructible' iPhones and MacBooks

1 month ago   |   By Tech Radar

When the iPhone 6 Plus was released in 2014, photos of the phone bending surfaced, resulting in what was called BendGate. Then there are the scratches you see on your MacBook Pro body or on the Jet Black iPhone 7 .
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Apple's patent application reveals focus on an iPhone that won't scratch, dent or bend

Apple's patent application reveals focus on an iPhone that won't scratch, dent or bend

1 month ago   |   By Phone Arena

The three new iPhone models unveiled by Apple last Wednesday each carry an IP68 rating allowing them to be submerged in water as deep as nearly 5-feet for as long as 30 minutes. In addition, Apple says that the glass used on the devices is the most durable glass ever used on a smartphone. That might be enough to satisfy iPhone owners for now, but Apple isn't standing still. A patent application filed with the USPTO in March, 2017 reveals that the company is working on an abrasion-resistant finish that can protect the device from dents and scratches.
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Benchmarks Reveal Apple's New iPhones Are Packing 4GB Of RAM

Benchmarks Reveal Apple's New iPhones Are Packing 4GB Of RAM

1 month ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Last week Apple announced the iPhone Xs, Xs Max , and the iPhone XR. These are Apple's latest iPhones and as usual, Apple tried to keep things as layman-friendly during their announcement of the devices, which meant that those who wanted to know more technical details would have to find out on their own via Apple's website. However if there was one feature that Apple did not touch on, it would be how much RAM the new iPhones are packing. The previous generation came with 3GB of RAM and so some are rightfully wondering if the newer models will be packing just as much RAM, or could we be...
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New Patent Suggests Apple Is Trying To Create Scratch-Proof, Bend-Proof iPhones

New Patent Suggests Apple Is Trying To Create Scratch-Proof, Bend-Proof iPhones

1 month ago   |   By Inquisitr

It might not be a feature that will make it to Apple's next iPhone or any of its other consumer electronics products, but a newly published patent suggests that the company is thinking of ways to make its products scratch-proof and bend-proof.
On Thursday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a new Apple patent that illustrates a way in which the company could create “abrasion-resistant surface finishes on metal enclosures.” According to BGR , this is another sign that Apple wants to make the iPhone and other products “indestructible,” as the company had emphasized the iPhone XS...
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