Apple patent High tactility glove system

Apple has recently filed a patent titled High tactility glove system - gloves which can keep users' hands warm during cold conditions.

During winter and in cold conditions, users wear warm clothing to keep themselves warm. But it becomes very difficult to use an electronic device such as a computer with gloves. Sometimes, it becomes highly impossible to use the keyboard when gloves are worn. Another fine example would be using iPhone with gloves.

The high tactility glove system helps users to use such electronic devices during cold conditions by keeping the users' hands warm. As a result, user may provide inputs to the input mechanism of an electronic device to direct the electronic device to perform operations.

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Will these be named iGlove?

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