Monday, March 9, 2015

Next iPhone Could Be A Complete Waterproof

With Apple expected to disclose more details about the Apple Watch on March 9, consumers are already exciting to see the next-generation iPhone 7.

The Cupertino-based tech giant recently filed a patent at the United States Patent and Trademark Office describing different methods for waterproofing the iPhone, iPad and MacBook.

In a new patent published this month, and shared on Patently Apple, the company explores the use of a two-part design to make a waterproof iPhone without the need for a case. This waterproof coating is applied to the electromagnetic interference shield as well as to the printed circuit board in the smartphone.

Last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the Apple Watch could be worn in the shower, which means it's water resistant; however, whether that watch is waterproof is still a burning question.

Having a waterproof iPhone could be an awesome feature. Samsung and Sony have both managed to successfully integrate waterproofing on mobile devices.

About Anna Harris:
working as web content writer and a strategist for a major IT firm Hidden Brains specialized in various mobile application development services for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and other operating systems.

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