As you all may know emails, letters, and even newspapers are getting used less and less, and are basically turning into a thing of the past, i mean if it isn’t available on a phone whats the point right? With all these high tech phones it has made easier for kids to “Find the answers” online at school, or easier for someone to ruin someones movie night at the theaters with loud obnoxious talking. But a new patent granted to the Apple Corporation may just change all this. U. S. Patent No. 8,254,902 known as “Apparatus and methods for enforcement of policies upon a wireless device,” was givin to Apple around August which allows the change of phone policies to “change one or more functional or operational aspects of a wireless device upon the occurrence of a certain event.” Protests are not an exclusion either.
Although Apple did make a really good point in saying and[quote]“As wireless devices such as cellular telephones, pagers, personal media devices and smartphones become ubiquitous, more and more people are carrying these devices in various social and professional settings. The result is that these wireless devices can often annoy, frustrate, and even threaten people in sensitive venues. For example, cell phones with loud ringers frequently disrupt meetings, the presentation of movies, religious ceremonies, weddings, funerals, academic lectures, and test-taking environments.” Personally i think its a great point because I for one dislike people talking as loud as they can on their phone when i go to eat or go to watch a movie at the theater. This patent isn’t just for apple though, its more for businesses, the government owned buildings, and also network users/owners. Although there isn’t much proof that apple is going to implement the technology any time soon, i can probably guarantee its something they will be doing in years to come, this patent is just the start.
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