Apple Patent Application Details Temporary Location-specific Iphone Applications
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Oh no! Apple not again. I bet you need to waste a lot of dollars on your lawyers for such stupid and so-called marketing stunts of your competitive partners in the landscape. Lastly, Nokia and AT&T happily charged a lawsuit against you, now you may be endangered by one more patent application charge. Give a break to Apple all you jealous creep!
Apple launched their very freshly applications restaurant and public library that may be another attempt of claim from any of the competitive partner in the landscape. The applications are designed for the temporary and closed enhancement to your iPhone location based applications.
The ideas are very trouble-free in contrast of Apple's techno thinking. The content are managed through a centralized server that is in actual a pair a of Wi-Fi connectors that provides appropriate information regarding the restaurant and public library to the iPhone user. The applications are further modified as:
It resolves specifically two major clauses of location based applications. It helps out user from the long waiting queue in the restaurant. Wonder you don't need to wait for your turn at any restaurant through the icon of "Wait Time”. That automatically gives away a trouble-free option to wait for your turn at the restaurant through updates.
For example you wish to go at dine in your favourite Chinese restaurant but you hate those long waiting queues just log on to your iPhone and get started. You will be updated with the current timings for your turn. The second option lets you to "Place Order” that allows users to access a restaurant's menu on their device and submits their food orders in to "E” electronically and easily.
As you get in your most frequently visited library, the application would automatically access you the entire library's digital database of books and other content on the search. That does not bother you to have a secure position at one of the library's linked computers. And for privacy and security terms the application would automatically disappear as the user exits from the library.
The applications are very simply designed and may not be unique but a new feature to the iPhone user's location based patent application category. It is amazing when you can have the menu of a restaurant in your handy smartphone or locate the digital positioning in your public library. The patent application is solely credited to Apple engineer Scott Herz and was filed in November 2008.