Published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple’s newest patent reveals “Liquid expulsion from an orifice.” This method transports water from the device, and is designed to dispose liquids within an acoustic cavity by varying their respective surface charges.
U.S. District Court Judge William M. Conley gave his decision on Monday, agreeing with a jury’s finding that Apple infringed on Patent No. 5,791,752 with their A7 and A8 designs. The jury turned in their decision earlier this month. Read more
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently published Apple’s patent, which is described as a method of fine-tuning and operational based tapping. This is supposed to help address an issue that users encounter by creating a method with granular users screen manipulation with multi-finger touch display.
When a company makes something new, and could prove to be quite useful in the future, they usually patent the ideal so that it can translate into a product later on down the road. In addition, Apple recently made a patent, which covers solar cells and touch display that resembles an iPhone that retains more power.
In recent news, Apple has been given or assigned 26 of Privaris’ 31 patents, which was a specialty of theirs. This news comes from CNN, which did a report on it and also noted that the last transaction had closed since October 2014. Read more
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently granted Apple’s U.S Patent “Managing states of location determination.” This will help with determining an iPhone’s location and providing precise and good directions whether you are in a car, outside or even in a building.
On Thursday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a new Apple patent application titled “Spatially interactive computing device.” The filing describes an advanced display system that can produce both 2D and 3D images at the exact same time, without the need for special glasses. Read more
On Monday, The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit said that they have ruled that Samsung violated Apple’s design patents but did not infringe on Apple’s trade dress intellectual property. Read more
Touch ID could get some new features in the future for iOS devices, according to an Apple patent filing revealed this week.
The filing, first noted by Patently Apple, is extremely lengthy which combines several patents and offers an overview of where Apple thinks fingerprint technology is headed or should go. Read more
On Tuesday, the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) awarded Apple a new patent which covers the overall design of the Beats Mixr over-ear headphone. Read more