Apple granted 36 patents, including proximity sensing

Apple has today been granted 36 patents, including one for a proximity sensor for the iPhone and iPad and the other for haptic feedback to create a kind of virtual keyboard.

Patents approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, covering a wide range of technologies, as previously reported by Patently Apple. Patent proximity sensor, first filed in 2005, covers technology related to the detection of one or more keys and differentiate if the buttons are small and hard, among other possibilities. Another patent relates to electronic devices and media packaging future connection which allows power and data to be supplied to one or more electronic devices housed within the package. And Apple has also been granted a patent for a shock sensor mounted which enables a Genius Apple Store or a technician to determine whether a damaged appliance has been dropped.

Patents broadly cover the other components and features such as automatic image cropping, reconstruction lists in a document, and providing information to a caller based on the number of mobile terminal called the temporary directory.

In the world of mobile, patents have become a key area and battlefield. Apple, Samsung and others have pursued the other repeatedly accusing each other scam drawings and other items. Apple has won a great battle against Samsung in August, with a jury finding Samsung violated Apple's patents and ordered him to pay Apple $ 1 billion. Among the victories in this case, the jury violated the Samsung design patents for certain products, and confirmed the utility and certain Apple design patents.

Apple continues to build its arsenal of patents. Today's prices are the result of several tens company has won in recent months.
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