New Apple patent could hide iPhone 6’s ugly antenna cutouts



For a product line known for high-end looks, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have one slight eyesore: you can see the antenna cutouts.

The plastic outlines on the top and bottom of the iPhone 6 are actually antennas meant to let wireless signals in and out. But a new Apple patent application suggests the company may be looking to hide the antenna on future models

The patent is for technology that would make the plastic antennas in the phones look like metal, creating the illusion of one smooth continuous piece of aluminum. The new material wouldn’t interfere with any wireless signals or touchscreens, the company states in the patent Read more…

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