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Apparatus, method, computer program and user interface for enabling a touch sensitive display










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8130206.

An apparatus including a touch sensitive display including a first portion and a second portion; and a processor configured to detect user inputs on the touch sensitive display and control the touch sensitive display, wherein; the processor is configured to control the touch sensitive display, to enable a first state, in which the first portion of the touch sensitive display is operable to enable access to a first set of functions and the second portion of the touch sensitive display is operable to enable access to a second set of functions, and to enable, in response to the detection of a first user input when the touch sensitive display is in the first state, a second state in which the second portion of the touch sensitive display is not operable to enable access to any one of the second set of functions and the first portion is operable to enable access to a set of functions.








 
 
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