The new iPhone 5, coming this fall, may not go back in time to kill John Connor, but it could be made from Liquidmetal, at least according to the latest rumors. Unlike normal metals, which are crystalline, Liquidmetal is an alloy more like metallic glass, with the elasticity of plastics...
With many hoping that Apple will undertake a significant redesign effort for the next-generation iPhone, scattered claims have fueled speculation that Apple might base the design on amorphous metal alloys from Liquidmetal Technologi... Read Post
Despite reports that Apple will utilize “liquid metal” technology in its upcoming iPhone 5, making us all feel like we are living in a Terminator film, Atakan Peker, one of the engineers who developed the alloy, told Business Inside... Read Post
Rumors have been flying about Apple’s next-gen iPhone featuring a liquidmetal alloy casing, unlike the glass backing that currently cradles the iPhone 4 and 4S’s precious internals. Liquidmetal would assumedly create a lighter iPhon... Read Post