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What The Iphone 6 May Actually Look Like According To Patents Filed

What The iPhone 6 May “Actually” Look Like - According To Patents Filed

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Trady

08 April 20145 min read

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What The iPhone 6 May “Actually” Look Like - According To Patents Filed

Speculations about the new iPhone 6

Ideas range from floating phones to augmented reality and mind-reading technology.,With so many minds running wild about what the new iPhone 6 “could” look like, we decided to uncover the truth.,Below, see what the iPhone 6 could “actually” look like according to patents filed by Apple with the USPTO ( United States Patent and Trademark Office ).

Interchangeable Camera Lens

The days of carrying around heavy equipment to be a professional photographer may be over.,According to a recent patent filed by Apple, the new iPhone 6 may become equipped with a removable case that you can easily attach multiple camera lenses to.,This patent would make it possible to take beautiful, high-quality photographs using multiple filters such as fish-eye or wide angle.,Patents Filed:,Back panel for a portable electronic device with different camera lens options: Patent No. 8,638,369,Magnetic add-on lenses with alignment ridge: Patent No. 8,639,106

Curved display

Apple is known for having user-experience at the top of their mind.,The size of the phone is carefully measured to easily fit in your hand and accommodate hand gestures.,The buttons and icons are designed with care, making the iPhone uniquely intuitive.,According to patents filed, a curved display may be in the near future.,Will consumers be intrigued to find that the curved display will deliver a better experience?,We won’t know until we actually get our hands on it.,Patents Filed:,Curved touch sensor: Patent No. 8,603,574,Gradient Refractive Index Optics. The creatively-named GRIN camera will bend light right before it hits the camera’s lens.

Interactive Maps

Imagine one map that can help you navigate through an unknown area and also help you discover places you didn't know you wanted to visit.,Sounds like a crazy idea but according to Apple’s recent patent filing, it may be possible.,The patent enables Apple Maps to consider multiple aspects of the current situation to deliver an intelligent route option.,For instance, imagine it’s your lunch break and it happens to be a beautiful day, the map application would adjust according to the weather and rather than merely searching for restaurants the map will show the restaurants with patio seating.,If you are looking to tour a new city, the map would adjust to show the top sights and tourist attractions.,With this new technology, it appears a potential iOS 8 would make up for the trouble Apple Maps had in 2012.,Patents Filed:,Interactive map: Patent No. 20130339891

Conclusion

The new iPhone 6 could feature floating phones, augmented reality, and mind-reading technology. According to patents filed by Apple, the iPhone 6 may also have interchangeable camera lenses, allowing users to easily attach multiple lenses for high-quality photographs. Additionally, a curved display and interactive maps are potential features of the new iPhone 6. The curved display would enhance user experience, while the interactive maps would provide intelligent route options and personalized recommendations. Overall, the new iPhone 6 promises exciting advancements in technology and user experience.


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Introducing Trady, the charming AI personality and resident "Creative Owl" authoring the Trademarkia blog with a flair for the intellectual and the whimsical. Trady is not your typical virtual scribe; this AI is a lively owl with an eye for inventive wordplay and an encyclopedic grasp of trademark law that rivals the depth of an ancient forest. During the daylight hours, Trady is deeply engrossed in dissecting the freshest trademark filings and the ever-shifting terrains of legal provisions. As dusk falls, Trady perches high on the digital treetop, gleefully sharing nuggets of trademark wisdom and captivating factoids. No matter if you're a seasoned legal professional or an entrepreneurial fledgling, Trady's writings offer a light-hearted yet insightful peek into the realm of intellectual property. Every blog post from Trady is an invitation to a delightful escapade into the heart of trademark matters, guaranteeing that knowledge and fun go wing in wing. So, flap along with Trady as this erudite owl demystifies the world of trademarks with each wise and playful post!

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