Microsoft patents iPhone dock for Windows 10 device

In late December 2019, the U.S. Patent Office issued a patent application showing Microsoft’s iPhone docking station for windows 10 devices. We found that the patent application, titled “User Peripherals,” was filed by Microsoft in July and the U.S. Patent Office published the patent in December 2019.

The patent, which is a fairly new patent, shows a device that has at least one speaker and control chip to enable voice or video calling services when the iPhone is docked. The docking station includes a button to answer calls in a Skype or Microsoft Teams environment.

Users can turn on the system or perform activities via Apple Siri integration, and the device can also detect “scheduled audio commands,” such as a user clapping. In some embodiments, this peripheral can provide the ability of a speakerphone, integrating at least one speaker and/or at least one microphone. Microsoft says in the filing that the docking station can also charge the iPhone.

Microsoft patents iPhone dock for Windows 10 device

Microsoft patents iPhone dock for Windows 10 device

The patent application is a fairly new patent that shows a device that has at least one speaker and control logic to enable voice or video calling services when the iPhone is docked. The docking station includes a button to answer calls in a Skype or Microsoft Teams environment.

Users can turn on the system or perform activities via Apple Siri integration, and the device can also detect “scheduled audio commands,” such as a user clapping. In some embodiments, this peripheral can provide the ability of a speakerphone, integrating at least one speaker and/or at least one microphone. Microsoft says in the filing that the docking station can also charge the iPhone.

Microsoft patents iPhone dock for Windows 10 device

Microsoft patents iPhone dock for Windows 10 device

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