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Bezel-free iPhone patents keep coming, latest showing light-sensor embedded in display

With Apple expected to be aiming to make the 2017 iPhone as close to bezel-free as possible, the company will need to take tech that currently sits above or below the screen and find a way to embed it into the display itself. We saw last week the latest patent for embedding Touch ID into the display, and today it’s the turn of the light sensors. more… Filed under: Apple
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