Apple: the iMac of the future will have two virtual monitors

It seems that improving the iMac is one of the main prerogatives of the house of the bitten apple. In the past few weeks, we have talked about several patents filed by the company relating to the future of the computer. Today, a new document shows what the monitor of the new Apple computers could be. Let’s find out all the details about it.

Yes, among all the computers of the bitten apple, iMac turns out to be the one with the most dated design and features. Indeed, it seems that Cupertino has neglected the product to devote itself to something else. It is time for the company to work on this iconic device as well. Let’s see what Apple’s latest patent shows. Will the next iMac really be like this?

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Apple: projectors integrated into the iMac body

The new patent registered by the Cupertino giant focuses on iMac and its monitor. It seems that the company intends to install two projectors inside the body of the device in order to obtain two virtual monitors. The image found inside the document turns out to be quite clear about the idea of ​​Cupertino. The two virtual monitors will work in sync with the main display and will ensure that you get a single large monitor without the need for additional hardware. An idea like this, we must admit, turns out to be really tempting.

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As with all patents, however, we are not sure that the project will be completed. For official confirmation, therefore, we will have to wait for the next few months. Recall that a previous Cupertino patent had also spoken of an iMac completely in glass. What will the truth be? Look forward to any updates in this regard.