New patent: Apple’s plays cupid

Today Apple was issued a patent titled "Sending messages based on complex conditions". After making the whole world fall in love with itself, Apple is now helping people fall in love with each other.
You can now say those three magical words to your loved one when he or she is in the most romantic condition. The result? You will most likely hear “I love you too.”

This latest technology Patent Yogi  brought to us  from Apple is wise enough to know that there is a right time, place and context for everything, especially expressing human feelings.

You can now specify the exact conditions under which your heartfelt message will be delivered. For instance, you could simply say to your iPhone: “Tell Sarah that I love her when it has just stopped raining and when she is alone.” And this amazing technology will ensure that the message is delivered only when those conditions are met.

It works by detecting environmental conditions around the recipient and also their current state of mind. It can know a lot about the recipient’s current situation by accessing sensors on and around the recipient’s mobile device. It can know if the recipient is at work, at home or taking a walk in the park and also the weather at that very moment.

It can know if the recipient is alone by detecting presence of other mobile devices belonging to other users. It can even access a nearby camera pointed towards the recipient and analyze the images to confirm that the recipient is indeed alone. So you won’t have to worry about your love interest receiving a very warm message from you while being in an awkward situation.

Thanks to Apple, making someone fall in love with you is now easy.

Patent Information

Patent number: 9, 059, 957
Patent title: Complex handling of conditional messages
Inventors: Van Os; Marcel (San Francisco, CA), Khoe; May-Li (San Francisco, CA)
Assignee: Apple Inc. (Cupertino, CA)
Appl. No.: 13/600, 016
Filed: September 24, 2012

Abstract: System, methods, and apparatuses are provided for outputting a notification of a conditional communication (e.g., a message) based on one or more conditions. The output can be controlled by a receiver’s device or by a server communicably coupled with the receiver’s device, on which a set of applications are loaded. For example, a filter can determine whether a communication has an associated condition. The condition can require specific values of a variable property associated with the receiver’s device. A selector module can determine a subset of application(s) that are used to obtain the variable property. When the condition is satisfied, a notification of the communication can be output.

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