Apple’s future iPhones may have a surround display, but also all glass, perhaps a Portless case, for a smooth look. Apple’s choice of iPhone design has been widely debated by observers. Its style and functions are often imitated by competitors, such as bangs. According to a pair of patents granted to Apple by the U.S. patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday, iPhones of the future may eventually be completely covered with seamless glass, zero penetration of wired ports, and even a surround display. In the first of the two patents, simply referred to as the glass case, Apple has proposed how to use glass as the case for handheld computing devices. Although the pictures and discussions depict the old-fashioned iPod, the application documents also show that it can be applied to almost any handheld device, such as a smartphone. < / P > < p > Apple believes that the design challenge facing device manufacturers is that the enclosure structure usually involves multiple layers of interlayers, which are connected by some kind of fastening mechanism (such as screws), which makes assembly time-consuming and cumbersome. Another suggestion is that it needs to be made into a more beautiful but durable shell. Apple’s solution requires glass to make a case, but unlike the iPhone’s glass back and side seams, the intention this time is to make a case that doesn’t rely on multiple components. Instead, apple wants to produce a shell that is a component, a shell that may be seamless. < / P > < p > glass can be extruded into tubes, which can produce devices with rounded edges and tubular bodies. Depending on the implementation, the glass can place additional pieces of glass at the top and bottom of the tube to completely enclose the electronic components inside. Because the glass is extruded, this allows the manufacture of different fuselage shapes, including devices with curved edges rather than flat surfaces. Although there will be a gap at the junction of these caps, bonded by a laser bonding system, there will be no gap around the main body of the glass. < / P > < p > because it is both a protective layer and an outer shell, glass can have different characteristics, such as transparent, translucent and opaque in different areas. This eliminates the need to make opaque parts to hide the elements inside the shell. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple