Apple invents new Flexible Support Structures that could be applied to a Future iPhone, MacBook, iMac and more
Apple updates their Futuristic MacBook that's carved out of a Single Piece of Metal with a laser burned Hinge
Apple Continues to Advance a Hybrid Notebook with a Reconfigurable Surface Supporting a Virtual Keyboard & more
Apple Patents Reveal High-Tech Fabrics for Future Apple Products Including a MacBook with a Smart Fabric Lid
Apple Reveals Touch Bar with Touch ID in 6 Patent Filings that Includes a Touch Bar Keyboard for a Future iMac
Cool: Apple Invents a Dual Display MacBook that a User will be able to use Outdoors with Sunglasses on
Apple Patent Filing Shows new MacBook Pro Touch Bar Possibly coming to their Magic Keyboard and beyond
Apple's Invention Covering the Butterfly Hinge Mechanism found in their new MacBook Keyboard Comes to Light
On Christmas day 2014 the U.S. Patent and Trademark office reveals one of PrimeSense's key technologies relating to a 3D sensing device that is operated using a unique in-air gesturing system and user interface. The technology found its way into Microsoft's Kinect. The system could one day find its way into Apple TV and future Macs.
Late last year Apple's all-new Mac Pro tower was revealed with a wildly advanced design. One year later and everything you wanted to know about the new Mac Pro is revealed in a series of six patent applications. Report updated 8:25am MST
Earlier today Dan Riccio, Apple's Senior VP of Hardware Engineering, introduced us to the new 27" iMac with a 5K Retina Display. A display that is absolutely stunning. It blows away any other all-in-one desktop on the market today. If you're in a profession that demands a high quality display be it for photography, film editing, graphic or fashion design, engineering, medical research and so forth, then the new iMac has no equal in its price range. It takes the desktop visual experience to a whole new level.Our report focuses in on Dan Riccio's presentation.