One of the company’s many studies on strengthening the glass on each iPhone has now been revealed, which involves the use of ceramic particles. In addition to research into future self-healing iPhones, a new patent details what might be one of Apple’s existing ways to avoid screen cracking. In 2017, both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 plus introduced a reinforcement layer 50% deeper than before. < / P > < p > electronic equipment usually includes transparent external components. However, some traditional glass cover components may be prone to crack when subjected to severe impact, such as when the electronic equipment is dropped. Apple said in the new patent that the glass components of electronic devices have internal stress areas that prevent cracks. Apple doesn’t say the patent completely eliminates the chance of cracking, but says it may have an advantage over some traditional glass parts and claims that it can improve crack resistance. < / P > < p > Apple said that, in general, components formed using the technology described may not suffer from the disadvantages associated with some traditional glass components for electronic devices. The patent describes several variations, but the idea is always about adding a strengthening layer to the glass. The inner layer of each strengthening component in the first glass layer and the second glass layer is composed of aluminosilicate glass ceramics. This component can be transparent, translucent or opaque. < / P > < p > the details in Apple’s patent show that stress can be transferred from cracks in the screen to other places. As a result, forces such as those felt from a fall to a hard surface may be transmitted along this area rather than through the glass. The patent does not mention any specific model, such as the iPhone 8, or even the iPhone. So it’s possible that this is a technology that Apple plans to use in future devices, such as foldable devices. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities