The Korean website online ETNews studies that Apple's 'Liquid Metal' wants to use in the next iPhone, the back glass of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S replacement. These would be people familiar with the production process have told. Completely out of thin air seems not: Apple has in 2010 of Liquid metal Technologies secured rights. In March it was revealed that Apple has paid 20 million for these rights.
A Liquid Metal-back, according to ET News "as smooth as a liquid" feel. This is not the first time that we have an iPhone with these metals hear back: in 2011, we wrote about an iPhone 5 prototype with metal back. What material was used for this was unclear.
The rights regarding Liquidmetal describe a metal composition firmer, thinner and lighter than conventional metals. This would mean that the next iPhone may also be slightly thinner and lighter.
Via AppleInsider .
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