According to a report by Bloomberg, the Cupertino is working to bring touchless gesture capabilities to iPhone in the coming future. The touchless screen interaction is said to allow users to select actions by moving a finger near the screen. He predicts Apple will hit the $1 trillion market cap by the end of this year with a potential 350 million iPhone upgrades over the next 18 months. The technology could be useful for augmented reality, which is where Apple has put in a lot of effort in the past couple of years. Given that the latter is still at least three years away from production, there is a strong chance that more OLED displays will end up in more iPhone models aside from the flagship.
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Branson couldn't contain his excitement on twitter following the test flight: "Data review to come, then on to the next flight". The company can now proceed with new phases, including full-duration rocket burns and powered flight.
The new gesture control allows iPhone users to perform tasks without touching smartphone's screen and this could add another layer of controls on top of Apple's 3D Touch. As evidenced below, and noted by iDropNews, the iPhone concept "is narrower than the iPhone 8, ensuring it's comfortable to type with only one hand; and its curved design is more pleasant to hold when speaking on the phone".
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No winners even on Day 2 as bid value goes up to astronomical Rs 6032.50 crore Itwas supposed to be a Twenty20 or a One-Day game. In the IPL auction, SPN had made the highest bid for Indian TV, but Star's overall bid was more than anyone else.
Apple is also developing a curved screen. Apple's touchless gesture control detection method is rumoured to be built into the display itself instead of functioning via an external motion sensor on the phone's bezel.
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Guardiola's ire was aimed exclusively at Raiola, with whom he has had a long-running feud dating back to his Barcelona days. His team still has more chances to clinch the league, but only 90 minutes to salvage its Champions League dream.
A Bloomberg report in April suggested that Apple is working on curved-screen phones. Also, talking about Apple producing a new sort of device is exciting, so any whisper is more likely jumped upon than most other news bits. 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. But then Apple has as rich a history copying Samsung now as is the case with the reverse. "We're committed to giving users the best experience with their Apple products and will continue to explore ways we can deliver that across platforms".