Apple’s new self-cutting system for baby travel will replace the traditional baby carrier, and the company is planning to introduce the technology on all its devices, according to a report in Apple’s own publication, MacRumors.
The system will be part of Apple’s upcoming iCloud app, which was introduced in September.
It is expected to be launched on all iPhone models running iOS 11, and on the Mac as well, with the new self cut carrier compatible with both Apple’s iPhone and iPad apps.
Self-cutting is the technology Apple uses to cut and fold a device.
The idea is that a thin film of material will be cut and then cut again and again until the device has been completely cut down to a size the manufacturer wants, leaving behind a fully functional device.
Apple says that it has designed the new carrier to be able to fit most carriers, with a variety of sizes to fit a variety types of carriers.
“Apple is also announcing an update to its self-caving baby carrier that will make it easier to find your baby’s seat and ensure your baby gets a comfortable sleep,” the report said.
“As a result, Apple is introducing an app to find a child carrier and an update for the iPhone that will enable you to find the right carrier for your child and to provide the child with a safe and secure sleep.
The Apple app will also be redesigned to make it simpler for parents to use the app to locate and find their child’s carrier, according the report.
The new self cutting system will also provide for easier access to the device, as Apple has been working with a manufacturer that has already developed a self-folding baby carrier for its Mac computers, the MacRumor article added.