Apple is looking forward to introducing technology allowing you to use your smartphone without touching it after rolling 3D Touch with iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
3D Touch was the most awaited feature on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus to change how you interact with your phone, giving you options. The latest patent from apple reveals that it wants to move ahead after 3D Touch.
You May Soon Use the Next iPhone Without Touching it
According to the patent filed in March 2015, Apple is desperately looking into the technology that could allow you to use your smartphone without touching it. This technology may use photodiodes on your screen and other proximity-sensing hardware to catch hovering gestures.
The sensors inside the display would connect with proximity sensors around the device and combine and tell when a finger or palm is hovering over the screen.
The probability of this technology is impressive. It will let you control your screen and offer a new input for gaming purposes, and it would likely mean the device can mislay the IR proximity sensor it uses to detect your head while attending a phone call.
We frequently swing our finger over the iPhone screen when we read or seek for Whats App to open next, but it may not be possible with this new upcoming technology. 3D touch faced the same problem after its launch. People weren’t able to utilize this feature when they pressed hard.
As we came to know that Apple introduced this patent in March 2015, but you won’t see this technology in the upcoming iPhone 7, which will be rolled out in September this year.
This technology may come with iPhone 7S or iPhone 8.
Apple iPhone sales witnessed a drop in Apple’s Q4 earnings. Later, Experts warned that Apple iPhone’s sales would further drop if Apple won’t introduce new technologies in its devices. So, it se has been familiar with training mind-blowing technologies in its new devices.
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