Apple Patents IOS Unlocking Methods Take Gestures As Input

Posted: Sep 3 2013, 8:57am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 3 2013, 9:00am CDT, in Apple


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Apple Patents iOS Unlocking Methods Take Gestures as Input

Futuristic models of Apple technology may employ certain unique unlocking methods to gain access to applications and gadget functions by recognizing certain gestures as input.

Apple has just been awarded full patent rights to a new form of technology of its own devising. It consists of various access inputs that allow apps, device utilities and functions to be unlocked and manipulated by a user. The Patent # 8,528,072 is quite a complex series of operations that can only be best described by a set of diagrams. The present day Apple iOS offers unlocking codes. The user base can make passwords and handles to limit access to authorized personnel only. Meanwhile, Apple allows Siri, Passbook and “Reply with a Message” upon the locked status of a gadget. A series of gestures and techniques may be used to gain legitimate access to the right information or domain.

The game will be one of the usage of gestures and specified special acts of penetration that will yield the relevant data. Apple has already had a series of patents approved by the office. These include features having to do with the iWatch. The company has a history of innovation that is on the wild side. Steve Jobs saw to it that the angst-ridden style of perfectionism became a hallmark of Apple Incorporated. The man who is not with us anymore, having died from cancer, thought differently and that difference has made a radical transformation in the texture of thought it self. Apple continues his legacy although what was once a raging fire has become dying embers.

Source: AppleInsider

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