|Apr 5, 2010, 12:32 PM||#1|
How many Multi-Touch points can an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad have at the same time?
(As the topic)
I am curious as IIRC (but forgot where the article is on the Internet),
if a touch surface is wanted to be able to detect more than 1 touch point at the same time,
then that touch surface needs adding 1 more conductive(?) layer.
(e.g. 2 points -> 2 layers, and so on)
So I wonder how many these layers are on the iPhone / iPod touch / iPad or even the trackpad on every MacBook (Pro).
(correct me if I'm wrong)
Just curious, thanks in advance!
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