The people of Cupertino are always characterized by attracting the attention of locals and foreigners alike thanks to the presentation of new devices, the emergence of new technologies in their products or for patenting a large number of novelties, which may appear in the products they renew each year.
It goes without saying that Apple is one of the companies that most raises expectations within the technology sector for almost anything , so any rumour from an analyst specialised in the world of the apple company, or a new patent from the company is more than enough for all the specialised media to echo this.
This is what has happened with Apple and its patent, where the well-known 9to5Mac medium has shown us which is the latest invention for its MacBook that it has already patented in order to be the first to put it on the market.
Specifically, we are talking about how Apple wants to introduce a new way of unlocking its MacBooks . Having introduced the Touch ID in their laptops and seeing that the public has welcomed this innovation as something positive, from California they have planned to prepare for the not too distant future a new way of unlocking these products.
According to this news Apple would have patented the possibility of introducing in its laptops the 3D sensor that the iPhone 8 has already been rumoured to have. For those who are a little lost in this matter, according to some rumors heard this week Apple could give up mounting a Touch ID on its next iPhone terminal, to bet on face recognition through this new sensor placed on the front of the device.
According to Apple’s new patent this new technology would also be preparing for its arrival on MacBooks, to be used as a way to wake up this type of device depending on how close the user is to their device.
Without a doubt Apple wants to bet on this new technology in order to allow the user to unlock his terminals in a quick and easy way . Moreover, this new technology could be the one that helps Cupertino’s people to eliminate the Touch ID and get to take advantage of the terminals’ space.