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The next Apple Watch? Latest patents describe a limb-detecting circular device

Digital Trends Thursday, 1 December 2016
The next Apple Watch? Latest patents describe a limb-detecting circular deviceNew Apple patents describe a smartwatch with a unique circular design capable of limb detection, or the ability to identify appendages. Apple has been reluctant to adopt a circular design so far, citing usability concerns
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