Apple future iPhones will spin in mid-air during freefall

By posted on December 3, 2014 10:31PM
Apple TV 4K

Cupertino giant has been granted new patent according to which Apple’s future iPhones will be much more secure and this new patent will save iPhones from freefall accidents. According to report, the iPhone will spin while its in the mid-air during free-fall and in this way it will save its important parts.

Apple iPhone will have some sensors that will calculate the velocity while its freefalling and once it senses that much velocity then it will check if the side on which it is going to fall have sensitive parts then it will flip itself and will land on the other side and in this way it will keep itself secure. Some other important components will slide automatically in order to protect itself from any effects. If you are thinking who developed it, then the name of the guys are Nicholas V. King and Fletcher Rothkopf.

Gadget Updates: Google Nexus 6 to land in India by next week

Now the patent being granted doesn’t means that Apple iPhone 7 will have this feature. It do takes time but in future it will be there for sure. Still then stay tuned to Gadgetgyaan for latest headlines and technology news.

Kinshuk aka Ron is tech addict.According to him blogging enhances the tech experience.Have a way long thought for tech journalism and cover you with all the biggest tech news.Currently Editor in Chief at Gadgetgyaan.You can catch Ron on below on the following Social Networks

Recently Published Stories

Vivo NEX

Vivo Nex launch confirmed, coming on July 19

Vivo Nex launch is finally out. The phone is launched a few days ago and it is coming with a

JVC XS-XN15

JVC Boombox XS–XN15 bluetooth speakers launched

Today, the Japan-based consumer electronics brand has launched the new JVC Boombox XS-XN15 in India. The device is as funky as

MacOS Mojave Public Beta Review

macOS Mojave Public Beta Review: Should you update?

Today, we are going to do the macOS Mojave Public Beta Review. Apple released this operating system yesterday for the

iOS 8.3 free app download without password

iOS 12 Public Beta Review: Should you update?

Yesterday, Apple rolled out the iOS 12 Public Beta. The developers already got theirs on the launch day, but the

iOS 12 Public Beta

Apple releases iOS 12 Public Beta, check out all features

A few weeks ago, Apple came with World Wide Developer Conference, where they have introduced iOS 12, macOS Mojave, watchOS

macOS Mojave

Top 10 features of macOS Mojave

Apple conducted WWDC, one of the most anticipated Apple events last week and at this mega event, the Cupertino tech