Apple are looking to add the use of cooler liquids to transport heat into your future laptop designs. For the most literate in matters of Mac or at least for those who like to read, this initiative is not new, in fact Apple had used a controversial liquid cooling system in his power mac g5 of two processors.
A 12-page patent application that had originally been filed in May last year was first published last week, where the company notes the significant income from the performance of their electronic equipment in recent years, making it more difficult to make them maintain a favorable operating temperature both internally and externally.
As a potential solution, Apple proposes a system that includes a power source hooked to a heat sink tube that could contain a cooling liquid. Then the liquid would circulate through the tube to transport the heat to a device that transfers the heat to the outside.
En particular Apple noted that the weight and size limitations of this equipment make it difficult to achieve the desired operating temperature. Since sometimes the weight and size of the heat sinks is a lot and the limited capacity of the battery, it means that the energy available for a cooling mechanism such as fans is little.
Via | AppleInsider