Apple's Patent For Object-Recognizing Touchscreen iMacs
Mar 25, 2010 13:04
Apple is on the patent high again, with a touchscreen iMac that recognizes shape detecting input device. The patent, originally filed in 2004, was for a soft key to be help up to the screen of the iMac, a touchscreen one. Basically it would be used to turn it on and off. Apple refilling this patent could only suggests that its something they'll be exploring in the newer macs.
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