Curves, Gestures May Be in iPhone’s Future

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Gesture control and a curved body may be in the iPhone’s future. Apple has been experimenting with those features for the iPhone, and they could be ready for prime time in two to three years. Gesture control would allow a user to execute tasks without touching the screen. The technology could be used for more than just answering phone calls and opening apps, noted Gartner analyst Tuong Nguyen. “It could be folded into an umbrella of multi-modal user experiences — understanding what you want through a gesture, a touch, voice or a biometric.”
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Apple Is Working On iPhone With Touchless Control And A Screen That Curves Inward Gradually From Top To Bottom

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Apple is potentially looking to introduce future iPhones with curved screens and touchless control gestures. Here are the details.

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