Apple reportedly working on Smart Cover with a Secondary Display: May launch along with Next iPad


In an interesting new move Apple is speculated to be working on a new Smart Cover which also double up as a second screen! The Cupertino giant in fact filed a patent regarding the same.The patent claims that the smart cover will provide instant access to app notifications and widgets.

Apple reportedly working on Smart Cover with a Secondary Display

Just filing a patent though doesn't guarantee the fact that Apple will be able to take this up in real life scenario though. But in case the company succeeds in doing so, we are set for something interesting in this accessories segment.

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The concept of a secondary display in the cover is revolutionary by any means and is said to help in media consumptions. But what wait to be unearthed is the display technology for this secondary panel - since the panel not only need to be light, but also slim.

Rumour mill further hint that the all new smart accessory will be unveiled together with Apple's next tablet device -which is none other than the iPad Pro.

Apple reportedly working on Smart Cover with a Secondary Display

The device is in fact itself not confirmed as of now, so there is still some doubts regarding the recent rumours. Nevertheless the iPad Pro rumours have been floating around for quite some time now.The alleged device is tipped to be biggest tablet till date from the Apple's stable with a speculated 12.2-inch or a 12.9-inch screen.


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