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Apple, founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne, develops and markets the Apple Wozniak personal computer. Jobs and Wozniak acquire Apple Computer, Inc. in 1977. Records show that sales of computers, including the Apple II, grew rapidly. They became famous in the 1980s and quickly became financially successful. In the following years, Apple released new computers with innovative graphical user interfaces. For example, the first Macintosh featured a critically acclaimed “1984” ad. However, high product prices and limited application libraries have created problems and sparked power struggles among managers. In 1985, Wozniak left Apple as a friend, and Jobs resigned to find NeXT and take on some of Apple’s employees.

This is compared to a list of Apple Inc. It was developed and sold on a Unix-like operating system called iOS and iPad OS. Devices include the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, similar to the iPhone but do not have cellular devices or other cell phone hardware. All three devices act as digital audio, portable media players, and Internet clients. For example, Apple TV with tvOS is a set-top box used to stream media from a local source to a connected TV or certain Internet services that don’t have their screen. As of March 2015, there were about 1.35 billion iOS devices sold worldwide. As of September 2018, approximately 2 billion iOS devices have been sold worldwide.

The operating system of the iOS device can be updated via iTunes or Finder (from macOS Catalina) or over-the-air (OTA) update in iOS 5 or later. Significant versions of iOS are often released when a new type of iPhone is released (usually once a year), with minor changes throughout the year as needed. All updates for iOS devices are free (although iPod Touch users previously had to pay for updates). In addition, apple regularly updates the hardware of its products (approximately once a year).

Rumor has it that future iPhones (iPhone 13?) It May does not have physical buttons. However, according to a US patent application recently leaked by Apple Insider, the company is looking into “capacitive input devices.” This input device, also known as a lock, is an “invisible illuminated hole” that appears when touched and disappears when not used.

This method sounds beautiful, and if applied to any device, it will add some talent. The biggest question is whether such a feature will enter the next iteration of the iPhone or whether we have to wait until 2022 or more to see Apple integrate it. However, this is not an entirely far-fetched concept; it is suitable for other possible changes that Apple may make to the iPhone in the future.

For example, there is a story about how the fingerprint scanner was repaired in the iPhone 13. But instead of the browser itself, the new scanner is located under the phone screen. A tactic that would fit in with the buttonless minimalist aesthetic if Apple went that route.

Apple canceled the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 in 2016, and there are rumors that the Lightning port may also be cut off. If the iPhone 13 cancels the Lightning interface and does its best for wireless charging, it will become Apple’s first mobile phone without a port. So why not add buttons without buttons?
Of course, this patent application could be referring to something completely different from the iPhone. After all, much of what we can expect about Apple phones is just suspicion. Not even sure about the name of the product. But one thing is clear. All of these secrets will be lost at Apple’s next iPhone launch event in September.

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Apple Seem to Have an Innovative Idea as Rumour Suggests No Buttons on New Iphone