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Apple reportedly working on iPhone touchless gesture controls

05 April 2018

A new report purportedly coming from "people with knowledge of the matter" says Apple is working on bringing curved screens to its smartphones, a move which may happen in around 2-3 years.

The curved display Apple has in development slopes "inward gradually from top to bottom", the report notes, and could make its debut in "as little as two to three years". In order to keep up with demand and also become less reliant on Samsung, Apple will also be sourcing from LG Display for upcoming models. That would suggest that these are OLED displays, which are much more flexible than LCDs.

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The phone, which, according to Bloomberg, is expected to take at least two years to arrive, will feature a curved display.

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Gurman, who's renowned for Apple scoops, compared the touchless control feature to Samsung's Air Gestures function for Android - which lets users answer calls and browse web pages by waving their hand across their handset.

In the fourth quarter, Apple was responsible for about 20 percent of smartphone shipments following the launch of the iPhone X and iPhone 8, beating out second place Samsung and Huawei, according to IDC. This feature won't be ready for this year's new iPhones. Apple's implementation does not require a motion sensor though. This technology isn't exactly new as Sony and Nokia have implemented it in the past as a glove input option on their phones.

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The iPhone X, which was released previous year. It's also the first iPhone to feature an OLED display.

Apple reportedly working on iPhone touchless gesture controls