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Document describes an apparatus as hollow glass tube.
A patent revealed this week by Engadget shows that we have a future iPhone made entirely of glass. The application for registration was made last March 22 by Apple and the document also shows images of an iPod can be done with the same material.
In the document that accompanies the image, the product is described as a hollow glass tube. The specifications include a LCD touch, water resistance and the absence of seams on the outside.
With the glass body, the assembly process of a device can take less time than compared to the assembly of metallic and plastic materials. It is unclear whether the novelty can be used as early as next device that is rumored to be announced in the first half of this year.