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Apple wins a patent relating to AirPods Max adding Bone Conduction Transducers for Privacy and a Camera for taking photos & videos

Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to bone conduction transducers for privacy. More specifically, the granted patent covers a method that is performed on a pair of wireless open-back headphones such as Apple’s AirPods Max. Should this invention come to market, it will also provide the AirPods Max with an integrated camera for taking photos or videos.

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