• Apple is working on iPhone designs like nothing we’ve seen before – here’s proof

    Apple recently patented a new design that could see iPhones and iPads sport a secondary display on the back.
    Another patent showcases a redesigned MacBook Pro with a curved display and a new Touch Bar configuration.
    There have been rumors, however, that Apple will abandon the Touch Bar on new MacBook Pro models later this year.
    In 2006, Creative Technology sued Apple and alleged that Apple’s iPod interface infringed upon its own media player patents. Apple settled the dispute for $100 million in a relatively quick manner, but the lawsuit itself ultimately had a huge impact on how Apple protects its intellectual property.

    Following the settlement, Steve Jobs was reportedly furious and subsequently told the company’s top managers that Apple, going forward, would patent every single idea and innovation its engineers came up with. Before long, Apple engineers were having meetings with IP lawyers on a regular basis to determine if anything they were working on merited patent protection.

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