The report specifically cites that Apple is testing an iPhone display capable of detecting gestures from finger movements without actually touching the display. Two major differences would radically change the iPhone as we know it: a curved screen and touchless control. Apple introduced pressure-sensitive displays with the addition of 3D Touch following the release of the iPhone 6s and the Apple Watch, though few apps take advantage of the feature in a way that makes sense.
According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on touchless screen interaction and curved screens for future models. It's unclear exactly how this feature would work, but it likely involves "hovering" over specific user-interface elements and won't be the core way of interacting with the smartphone.
Speaking in terms of the display, it will "gradually" curve inward from top to bottom and it's still at least two to three years away.
Apple's iPhone X has an OLED screen that curves slightly at the bottom but isn't detectable. OLED displays are capable of being shaped into curves or even folded, unlike LCD screens, which were used in older iPhones.
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Both features are still in the early research and development stage and Apple could choose to not go forward with the enhancements.
Apple did not immediately respond to PCMag's request for comment. Reports now suggest Apple is developing a model with a curved screen design.
And finally, Apple's exploring a technology that's similar to Samsung's Air Gestures, which lets users do things like flip through web pages by waving their hand. Apple's design would require gestures to be closer to the screen than with Project Soli, the person familiar with the situation said.