In a recent Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Liquidmetal Technologies announced that its agreement with Apple. This agreement regarding licenses its ongoing intellectual property development has been extended for two additional years.
Earlier it was said that Apple may not use Liquidmetal alloys in its products. In 2010, many expected Apple to use it when it obtained a patent to use Liquidmetal in its products.
There are many people who are hoping that Apple will undertake a significant redesign effort for the next-generation iPhone. However, some claims have fueled a speculation that Apple might base the design on amorphous metal alloys from Liquidmetal Technologies.