We've all been through the frustrations of parking our vehicles, finding our vehicles, and dealing with rogue parking garages. A patent that was made public shows Apple is trying to ease some of those frustrations with a new app.
Apple has two new patent applications uncovered this week, with the company exploring a stylus for use on a touch-sensitive screen like the iPhone as well as a dynamic user interface for mobile devices.
If there was any doubt that Nokia was serious about putting a stranglehold on Apple in court, then the third time’s the charm -- the Finnish cell phone giant has just slapped Cupertino with yet another lawsuit claiming infringement on several “implementation patents” cited in a complaint with the ITC only last week.
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially gave its stamp of approval to 11 of Apple’s patent designs, covering everything from the MacBook Pro to the iPod classic and even elements of Mac OS X itself.
If you want a futuristic peek into what Apple is cooking up, their patent applications are always a good place to start. One of the latest foretells 3D displays capable of allowing viewers to “look around” an object, according to MacRumors.