Apple is a company reputed for its innovative technologies and out of the box ideas. It has continued to impress millions and millions of people worldwide, and strives to continue exceeding expectations in times to come. In an attempt to go above and beyond, Apple is now rumored to be working on a curved screen model design for its new smart phone. Work on the new smart phone is scheduled to begin in the second half of next year, with a likely release planned for the third quarter.
Apart from the curved screen, another feature that is generating raves is the better quality touch screen sensor. This better touch screen sensor will introduce fine pressure sensitivity for the devices that are going to be launched thereafter. Apple is the forerunner when it comes to technological advancements and delivers outstanding innovations always.
Apple is planning to launch not one, but two iPhones in 2014. The same was done in 2013 with iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, so the idea that Apple could think of doing something similar in the future has a great probability. Retaining iPhone 5c as its third budget device would also allow it to go ahead with their plan without adding crazy complexity to its product lineup. The two major points that the new phone is set to cover includes a bigger screen size and sensors. However, for Apple fan boys who are quite content with the screen size, the better screen sensors are a major draw. The pressure sensitivity will promise a finer experience with drawing and handwriting applications, and make them a lot better. The new phone can become a rage with professionals as an artistic device if such features are introduced. In addition to that, it would help people jot notes, doodle, and perform minor photograph touch-ups.
It is still early to make any kind of predictions or form judgments about the likely accuracy of these claims, but trusted sources have given this rumor some weight. Apple is soon joining the league of bigger screened phones, but curved glass phones are sure to be a major draw for customers. We will need to wait and watch with the progress with baited breath for the next iPhone miracle product. Read more at http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-10/apple-said-developing-curved-iphone-screens-enhanced-sensors.html