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Two Apple Watch Inventions cover the use of new materials such as Liquid Metal & Polymers + Advancing Audio

Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published two patent applications from Apple that relate to Apple Watch. The first covers Apple considering the use of liquid metal (amorphous glass) for a higher-end material and a variety of polymers for lowering the cost on lower end Apple Watches. The polymers could be used in forming a strong weave finish as noted in our cover graphic in the internal volume area. The second Apple Watch invention covers the attempt to advance audio in Apple Watch for voice and music playback without the use of AirPods.

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