Unlike previous models, the iPhone X has no home button. (Apple/Screenshot via AN)

Here’s what Apple’s big announcement offers architects – Archpaper.com

By Audrey Wachs Today Apple launched its latest watch, TV, and iPhone series at the company’s new Cupertino, California campus, designed by Foster + Partners. One of the unveiled gadgets, a $999 device dubbed the iPhone X, features a larger screen and a whole host of fancy...
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Apple granted patent for edgeless-screen flip phone

Alice Morby Apple has been granted a patent for a retro-style flip phone with an OLED screen display. The patent, published yesterday, details a foldable potential future iPhone with a flexible OLED display that spans from edge to edge.Similar to flip phones popularised in the...
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Apple files patent for customisable keyless keyboard

by Emma Tucker Tech giant Apple has been granted a patent for a keyboard that abandons traditional keys in favour of a “force-sensitive” sheet that could function like an oversized trackpad. Apple’s document describes a metal layer that “flexes...
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Apple launches iPad Pro and Apple Pencil for drawing

Tech giant Apple has released its latest series of hardware updates – including the first Apple Pencil, a stylus designed for technical drawing (+ movie). Apple’s annual hardware launch event took place in California yesterday, with the release of two new versions of its...
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This Week in Tech: Apple’s Proposed Stylus Colors the World | Architect Magazine

Apple wants to make the colors and textures of the tangible world—natural and constructed—more accessible to digital design. The company recently filed two patents for styluses that raise the game on high-tech design tools. One offers touch feedback, vibrating to mimic the...
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