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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bigchief, Apr 20, 2012.
I read that Apple bought the rights to this technology but at present they only implemented it with the use of the sim tool tray remover supplied in the box.
Im not saying apple won't use this in their next iPhone but you Gotta love the chinese whispers and conspiracy theories !
I believe the iPhone 4 used it for some SIM trays or tools as a test, but subsequently the Macbook Pro redesign went from aluminum to LiquidMetal for the unibody design. Not positive though.
They won't use liquid metal for the case simply because of the antenna. Why do you think every other case out there is some form of plastic?
Liquid metal is made from a combination of 3 or more metals, so it's bad for antennas and the iPhone is bad enough at making regular phone calls.
The new Lumias and HTC Ones cases are showing the way of the future: beautiful, elegant light weight and strong. By comparison, the iPhone (as well made as it is) looks like it was put together in someone's garage.
Please use the news discussion.