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Apple Has Renewed Its Exclusive Rights To Use Liquidmetal For Consumer Products

Apple is planning on continuing to develop its use of Liquidmetal alloys in the coming years.

It Looks Like Liquidmetal Could Improve Our iDevices' Buttons, Touch Sensors

Our future iDevices could use Liquidmetal in more ways than one.

New Patent Suggests Apple May Be Closer To Producing Products With Liquidmetal

Are you ready for iOS devices made a the super-durable material?

Swatch Chief Not Quite Convinced Apple's iWatch Would Work

The Swatch chief is unsure whether the iWatch would prove successful.

Apple Gets Two More Years Of Liquidmetal Exclusivity

Why would Apple have their Liquidmetal exclusivity agreement extended for two more years?

AppAdvice's Week In Review

Will the next iPhone arrive in June? Will Apple begin offering their own cellular service? The Verizon/Apple love affair over? Steve Jobs as FDR? These and other topics made news in the week that was.

Apple's Liquidmetal Flowing Slower Than Previously Thought

Don't expect to see any Liquidmetal gadgets from Apple any time soon.

You Have To See This iPhone Liquidmetal Concept

Last month, rumors circulated that Apple would use Liquidmetal for the backing of the next iPhone. Now, we’ve got an idea of what that design could look like, courtesy of the French site, No Where Else.

Is Liquidmetal In The iPhone's Future?

The back of the sixth generation iPhone could be made of super-durable Liquidmetal alloy, not glass like its two predecessors.

If You're A Metal Expert, Get Yourself To Cupertino Now!

Apple is hiring! If you're a metal expert (and we really mean "expert"), then send your résumé to Cupertino and keep your fingers crossed! Because Apple has posted a new job vacancy on its site following the company's growing interest in "Liquidmetal." Read on to find out what the position requires!

Apple Already Using Liquidmetal For The iPhone – Guess Where?

After unveiling it last week, Cult of the Mac has been actively digging out everything it can about Apple's latest technology acquisition; Liquidmetal. This week, they claim that this crazy alloy that came from space to make your next iPhone bendable or who-knows-what (and might or might not help with the Antenna issue) has already been used by Apple.

Steve Jobs Is In A (Liquid) Metal Mood

Few materials are more testosterone-inducing than metal. Pair Apple with a revolutionary form of metal, and awesomeness must follow.