Apple phones coming after iPhone 13 will tell you when your screen is damaged, damaged or broken! A newly published Apple patent describes a “blood pressure measurement device” strain sensing resistor.
As AppleInsider points out, the patent doesn’t just cover static displays, it also A possible foldable Apple phone like iPhone Flip also includes “flex screens”. It is still unclear what type of display Apple will use in its foldable. It can be seen that Apple is worried about this issue, a patent the company has previously received was designing a layer that prevents cracking for foldable phone screens.
Future flat and folding iPhones seem ideal for this technology, given how often users waste their phone screens. But the technology in the patent is not limited to handheld devices only. The different categories of artifacts where this type of display technology can be found, such as computers and clocks, are also clearly listed.
In other words, it can be used in everything from MacBook Pros to iMacs to Apple Watches to iPads and can be cosmically useful.
Of course, this idea assumes that it might be possible to implement the sensing technology on a large 27-inch iMac display, as well as the latest iPhones with a screen size of up to 6.7 inches. It would make sense to first use this technology on Apple phones and then spread it to a wider range of works.
Finally, given how far behind in portable display technology overall it is, it could give Apple an edge over its competitors in the display space. OLED screens came into use with the iPhone 12 series, which was introduced last year, years after Samsung and other companies.
Since this is the first time we’ve heard of this technology from the company, Apple is not expected to introduce crack detection technology anytime soon. Currently, the firm is slowly upgrading its devices’ screens to small LED, as in the 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2021 (and rumored MacBook Pro 2021 laptops), so crack detection technology is the next screen technology to be made in Apple’s lineup. may be renewed. . .