Apple likes to explore new possibilities with its iPhones, and if the latest reports are true, the Cupertino giant might be looking at some standout features for future iPhones. According to various sources, the gestures feature for the iPhone is described as a hover-like gesture system "by moving their finger close to the screen without actually tapping it". However, there is no word on how these new gestures would be integrated into iOS software. This iPhone display would have a screen that curves inward gradually from the top to the bottom of the phone.
Apple releases new versions of iPhones every year, topping themselves each time with the innovations introduced in the newer models.
If you didn't think the iPhone X was a substantial enough shift in terms of design, it looks like Apple has a more significant revamp in store.
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If you think the bezel-less iPhone X was the pinnacle of what Apple can achieve in smartphones, you may be wrong. The only catch with the new features is that they won't be available for at least two years, according to Bloomberg. Both these features are said to be in early test and development stages and it may as well be the case that Apple may decide to put this on a halt.
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.
The report also said Apple may be working on curved screens, which other phone makers including Samsung have incorporated into their designs. What a relief that no one has invented them yet and the world will be waiting for Apple's inventions to hit the streets.