Apple To Release Curved Glass Device Next Year

Apple To Release Curved Glass Device Next Year

Next-generation portable devices from Apple could feature curved glass, as the company has allegedly bought new equipment in preparation to release devices with curved touchscreens next year and Apple’s competitors reportedly view curved glass displays as a way they can gain a competitive advantage over the iPhone maker, but Apple is believed to also be showing interest in curved displays. Curved glass devices aren’t unknown to the industry and Dell tried to make convex glass a special feature of the Venue Pro and later the regular Android-based Venue. The other companies are also working on products with curved cover glass to give them an edge over the competition…………….

By On September 27, 2011 Respond
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Nokia N9 MeeGo Phone Announced

Nokia N9 MeeGo Phone Announced

Nokia unveiled its new N9 smartphone that runs the MeeGo operating system and is being marketed as a pure touch screen device without buttons. Nokia N9 comes with the usual options including HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and A-GPS for navigation and the front face of the handset is almost completely made up of the screen, which is a 3.9-inch WVGA AMOLED display protected by a curved Corning Gorilla Glass surface. The chassis of the N9 is made of a polycarbonate material that is colored throughout, not just on the surface and the MeeGo OS will be its strategy for the next billion phones, primarily meant for the emerging markets. The smartphone has a UI that is designed to make use of different swipe gestures, a browser built on Webkit 2 technology, the latest Nokia Maps, Drive, Dolby Digital Plus support that turns any regular stereo audio into personal surround sound on any headphones, coming later this year…………

By On June 21, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Adopt Curved Cover Glass For iPhone 5

Apple Adopt Curved Cover Glass For iPhone 5

iPhone 5 may feature curved glass screen, continue iPod nano legacy and this move has apparently been in an effort to accelerate production, with glass makers reportedly showing a reluctance to buy the machinery themselves due to its prohibitive cost. Apple is reported to have purchased 200-300 glass cutting machines that will be used by glass makers and the cover glass makers weren’t too keen on purchasing the equipment because it cost too much………..

By On May 25, 2011 Respond
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