Patent suggests Apple could be working on a drone project
The patents were first filed in May 2020 in Singapore, but made their way to the US in February and April and were awarded to Apple on November 11, reports Patently Apple.
The US Patent And Trademark Office has published two patent applications from Apple that relate to drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
AdvertisementThe first application seems to cover the application and method of interaction between the
The second patent application is more related with the monitoring and control of this type of drones. It refers to how the UAV can be controlled and monitored through a cellular network system.
Currently, there is no guarantee that this
Meanwhile, Apple is also working on new
The next generation of chipset presumably the M2, M2 Pro, and M2 Max will use an enhanced 5nm process, reports The Information.
Apple and chip supplier TSMC are expected to begin production of 3nm chips for use in iPhones and Macs in 2023 with codenames "Ibiza", "Lobos" and "Palma".
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