In a WSJ interview last month, Apple’s Craig Federighi explained that Apple teams work on various parts of an invention over a very long period of time before an invention comes to market, if it comes to market. One particular project that Apple’s engineers have been working on is delivering a keyless keyboard so that an input region could morph into several kinds of input interfaces for typing playing music, playing games and more. Apple has filed multiple patents going back to 2012. Today Apple was granted a patent for this ongoing project.
View the original article here: Apple wins a patent for Keyless Keyboards for iMacs, MacBooks & iPad Pro with Morphing UI options for Games, Music and more
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