Ahead of Apple’s annual event next week that will include a showcase of new products like iPhones, watches and more, a new patent for Apple Watch has been found that’s leading to speculation Apple is working on bringing an always-on mode to its popular wearable.
Apple’s patent seeks to address how vulnerable OLED screens are to burn-in, and as 9to5Mac notes Apple’s method involves artificially adjusting the brightness and colors of particular areas of the screen. “And the specific thing Apple wants to patent is an efficient method of storing the usage data needed to achieve this.”
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Apple may be working on an always-on mode for Apple Watch originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 3 Sep 2018 at 22:41:02 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.