Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a continuation patent application from Apple that relates to a squeeze iPhone feature that could trigger various controls depending on the app you happen to be in at the moment from video play, gaming and more. What’s vexing about this invention is that it dates back to 2013, way ahead of Google’s “Active Edge” feature that was introduced back in October 2017.
View the original article here: Apple expands on their 'Squeeze' iPhone Invention that Google Adopted for Pixel 2 under "Active Edge" Branding
The article was originally posted on Patently Apple.
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