The iPhone incidents that are experienced by users are different, some cause the cracking on the screen and dent in its body. It inspired Sonitdac to make an interesting concept about the parachute system on the iPhone. Through this concept, when the iPhone falls down, the tiny system on the iPhone will calculate the fallen speed, and it will blow away the CO2 gas through the iPhone’s sides, so it will avoid the crash.
“The concept is likely inspired by a recent Apple patent which details how auto ejecting shock absorbers could be used to protect your iPhone when dropped. On that patent, Apple creates screen protector tabs inside the body of the device. These tabs may be formed of various flexible and/or rigid materials such as plastic, plastic film, polyethylene terephthalate or other polymers, metal, thin film metal, combinations thereof, and/or other such materials. In some implementations, these tabs may be positioned at each corner of the screen. However, in other implementations the tabs may be positioned at a variety of positions around the screen, such as at the sides of the screen.
…. the screen protectors may extend above the screen such that ends or other portions of the screen protectors contact a surface onto which the electronic device is dropped before the screen contacts the surface, thus preventing contact of the screen.”
Do you expect Apple to adopt this concept?
Let’s watch this concept on the video below:
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