3G MacBook could use iPhone 4 antenna

One patent identifies a multiband cellular telephone antenna for mobile data, while the other concerns the antenna housing, which could be built into the MacBook's chassis.

USPTO, via Patently Apple

Apple is working on a 3G MacBook, according to patents revealed this week. The plans indicate that Apple is developing laptops that incorporate 3G antenna technology similar to that found in the iPhone 4--and we all know how well that turned out.

The diligent chaps at Patently Apple spotted the 3G details in a list of 17 patents officially published by the US Patent and Trademark Office a few days ago.

Read more at "3G MacBook could use iPhone 4 antenna, what could possibly go wrong?" at Crave UK.

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