The Tame Apple Press has been reminding users that Apple has invented all the most important interfaces of the 20 and 21st century included the mouse, the touchscreen and probably the keyboard. The touchless control feature essentially works as it sounds - allowing you to perform tasks without actually touching the iPhone's display.
Apart from the curved display, Apple is also exploring touch-less gestures for navigation. The gestures "likely won't be ready for consumers for at least two years".
Apple's curved screen design is rumoured to take a different approach to Samsung's with a curve that extends from top to bottom instead of at the edges. The curves will presumably be a lot more noticeable than the slightly curved display on the bottom of the iPhone X. Both the new gesture control and display technologies are still in the early research and development phases. It is the first non-Pro iPad model to feature support for Apple Pencil and is mainly geared toward the education sector, but makes a great, affordable tablet as well, especially considering the Apple Pencil support.
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The new gesture technology will take into account the proximity of a finger to the screen. In an attempt to leave their competitors in the dust, Apple is working on new technology that will make iPhone's absolutely irresistible. One of the current rumors is that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone. But unlike the Samsung, Apple's implementation of the curved screen will be different.
While the Apple projects aren't imminent, the company has near-term plans to expand OLED technology to more devices, according to other people familiar with the matter. The latest hardware functionality which Apple embedded in its new iPhone is the 3D Touch, which lets the device respond differently to varied pressure.
After three consecutive years of iterative iPhone updates that included nearly no design changes, Apple in 2017 released a completely redesigned iPhone.