Posted by: David Harley | August 24, 2010

iGadget Convergence

It is way, way too early for blue-sky ruminations on the security implications: in fact, I’d have said that it’s risky to extrapolate too much in the way of future development strategy from a patent.

Still, Apple’s patent catchily entitled “(WO/2010/006210) TRANSITIONING BETWEEN MODES OF INPUT” does suggest some interesting possibilities of iGadget convergence, and the iMac Touch posited by Patently Apple certainly does look not only possible, but kind of exciting. I guess I’ll start saving now…

Hat tip to Macworld’s Nick Spence for flagging the story at http://www.macworld.co.uk/mac/news/?newsid=3236731.

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Mac Virus Administrator
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