The touchless gestures would allow an iPhone to detect the proximity of a finger to a phone and perform a gesture without actually tapping the screen.
The curved display Apple has in development slopes "inward gradually from top to bottom", the report notes, and could make its debut in "as little as two to three years".
Sodhi survives to guide Kiwis to historic win over England
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OLED, or organic light emitting diode, displays can be shaped into curves or even folded, unlike the less-flexible LCD screen technology used in prior iPhones.
Apple's iPhone X has an OLED screen that curves slightly at the bottom but isn't detectable. But Apple's long-lasting distaste for curved displays may be going the way of its hatred of big-screen phones - which was legendary back in the day before the first Plus iPhone launched. It is possible the screen would also be able to detect how far away the finger is.
Curved displays and touchless gesture control could be the next major changes to the iPhone.
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After months of speculation, today ESPN officially announced that they will be entering the crowded streaming service fray. ESPN + will be powered by BAMTech and will include live sports , original content and a library of on-demand programming.
An Apple spokesperson has declined to comment on the leaked information regarding Apple's two new projects. According to Bloomberg, Apple will be developing its processors for the Mac as early as 2020, doing away with current Intel processors powering the product.
Samsung offered similar gesture controls, dubbed Air Gestures, on its Galaxy S4 smartphone years ago. What makes Apple's approach to the technology different is the fact that the tech giant would rely on sensitivity built into the display, rather than an external camera.
Spotify valued at almost $30 billion in unusual Wall Street debut
In 2014 Swift pulled her entire catalog of music from Spotify because she felt the company wasn't fairly compensating artists. Apple Music, however, was growing at a much faster rate than Spotify: 5% versus 2%. "Normally, companies ring bells".