At a time when consumers expect thinner bezels on MacBooks and iPads, at least one R&D team from Apple is taking a contrarian stance. Today the United States Patent and Trademark Office published an Apple patent application entitled “Electronic Devices with Peripheral Display Regions.” Future Mac and iDevice displays may include peripheral display areas that may feature illuminated icons, logos, alphanumeric text, flashing notifications, and more.
Apple notes that it may be difficult to efficiently use displays to present certain visual informationon to a user. Their solution is to have a peripheral display that has a matrix of pixels that form an active area of the display where an image is displayed.
A transparent display cover layer can overlap the array of pixels to protect the pixels from damage. Laser marking techniques or other processing techniques can be used to create light diffusion structures within the display cover layer.
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- According to this source Future Mac and iDevice displays may include “Peripheral Display Regions” which may display illuminated icons, flashing notifications and more
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