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Step 14
Let's continue unraveling the secrets of the trackpad, starting with the coils—we were hoping to find some evidence of linear oscillators in the taptic engine, but it looks like it's just a series of electromagnets.
  • Let's continue unraveling the secrets of the trackpad, starting with the coils—we were hoping to find some evidence of linear oscillators in the taptic engine, but it looks like it's just a series of electromagnets.

  • The magnets rapidly push and pull against a metal rail mounted beneath the trackpad, to create a tiny "buzz" of feedback with each click (and a second buzz for a "force click").

  • So that explains the buzzing, but what about the sensing?

  • A patent issued last year hints that the Force Touch might utilize strain gauges to measure pressure on its surface.

  • We're going to just have to crack this bad boy the rest of the way open to see if that's the case.

Continuemos revelando los secretos del panel táctil, comenzando con las bobinas—esperábamos encontrar evidencia de osciladores lineales en el motor táptico,pero se ve como una serie de electromagnetos.

Los magnetos empujan y tiran rápidamente contra un riel de metal montado por debajo del panel táctil para crear un pequeño zumbido con cada clic (y un segundo zumbido para un "force click")

Entonces eso explica el zumbido ¿pero qué hay del sensor?

Una patente emitida el año pasado insinúa que el Force Touch podría utilizar sensores de tensión para medir la presión en su superficie.

Vamos a tener que abrir a este pequeño para saber si esto es verdad.

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