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Nov 14 2013

Day One Updated For iOS 7, Adds M7 Activity Tracking And A Lot More

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Day One Updated For iOS 7, Adds M7 Activity Tracking And A Lot More

- cultofmac.com

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Nov 13 2013

Apple Patent Supports Rumors of Pressure-Sensitive Touchscreens

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Apple Patent Supports Rumors of Pressure-Sensitive Touchscreens

- gizmodo.com

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Over the weekend, Bloomberg reported that Apple was working on enhanced sensors capable of detecting different levels of pressure. Now, an Apple patent for pressure-sensitive touchscreens could lend that rumor some credence.
The patent, unearthed by Apple Insider, describes a piece of hardware that can trigger different UI functions depending on how hard the user presses the glass of the screen. US Patent Number 8,581,870—or "Touch-sensitive button with two levels" to its friends—appears to suggest that it's actually about physical buttons, but dig a little deeper and it transpires that Apple is actually talking about technology that could be applied to a touchscreen coupled to an actuator. A "touch-sensitive depressible button," as they put it.
The image above kinda shows that in action: A touch-sensitive button with "multiple depression thresholds." As the button's depressed, two or more thresholds can be reached, the device doing something different depending on which threshold is broken.
What's that good for? Well, it could be an energy saving tactic. Imagine the first threshold as a hair trigger, where the merest touch activates touch-sensing. That would mean touch-sensing systems would only need powering up when the screen was touched, and not all the time, which would be super-neat.
Reaching an (only slightly higher) second pressure threshold might mean that a user's finger is tracked and used as an input, while a third (higher) one might execute some kind of system command—like opening apps or changing volume. Really, the world's Jony Ive's oyster with this thing. But Apple Insider suggests one particularly cool idea:

Nov 13 2013

The iPhone 5s, iPad Air And Retina iPad Mini Are All Basically Just As Powerful

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The iPhone 5s, iPad Air And Retina iPad Mini Are All Basically Just As Powerful

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Nov 11 2013

Will Women Dominate the Wearable Computing Market?

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Will Women Dominate the Wearable Computing Market?

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Nov 07 2013

Facebook iOS app now lets iPad users edit posts

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Facebook iOS app now lets iPad users edit posts

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