Apple may have fixed MacBook 'flexgate,' Corning works on bendable Gorilla Glass
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Apple has apparently made a tweak to it's 2018 Macbook Pro, to address the supposed flexgate problem.
Hardware teardown Fixit has reported.
Thousands of people have complained about the issue, which causes problems with the display back lay, According to iFixIt, Apple added two millimeters onto the length of the cable in order to lessen the strain on the culprit device.
Microsoft is set to release a discless version of the XBox OneS with preorders for the all digital console beginning in April.
The XBox OneS currently goes for $300 But there's no word yet or whether or not the diskette variety will see a price drop.
And finally, Corning is suppose to be working on Gorilla Glass that can flex.
This all according to wire.
Of course with flexible displays and making the major debut this year flexible Gorilla Glass seems like a no brainer.
But getting super thin glass to flex is no easy task.
Wired goes on to say that Corning is in the process of making glass that's point one millimeters thick that can bend to a five millimeter radius.
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