Liquid Metal - Apple WILL NOT use it in the next iPhone
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Apple Not to Use the Liquid Metal in the Next iPhone

Atakan Peker, creator of the technology “Liquid Metal”, is convinced that Apple would hardly in the near future be able to release a mobile device housings made of Liquid metal. According to him, the widespread introduction of this development will happen in the next 3-5 years, and will require more significant investments to promote it (from 300 to 500 million dollars). Time is now possible to develop only small items on a “liquid metal”, Pecker said.

Liquid Metal – what is it?

“Liquid metal” is light and durable alloy of zirconium, titanium, nickel and copper. In late 2010, Apple bought exclusive rights to this material from Liquidmetal. Now an exclusive right to use technology owned by Apple, which has used it in the so-called SIM eject tool for the iPhone and tablet iPad.

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