Apple Watch rumor suggests ‘solid state’ buttons are coming

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In the current version of Apple watch, the company has introduced built-in LTE and its users are waiting to know what changes there will be in next version?

It is being rumored that Apple is going to add “Force Touch” like feature, already featured in Macs and iPhone, in its watch.

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For this, the company has made its button and digital crown “solid state” parts that really don’t move when pressed.

However, the company let the company rotate freely, you will feel some type of vibrations after clicking it.

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That vibration could have resulted from the Apple Watch’s Taptic Engine. Quite similar to laptops and phones, the company has removed a moving part, which may make the device more reliable, easier to build, makes some space for important things like extra battery, and more.

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According to rumors, buttons of Apple Watch may work like sensors that have the ability to track health, and push the device toward a future where the device will have no buttons but, for now, the company needs to remove the moving part.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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