What Apple could have gotten for all that money: A peek at Apple’s patent application

A patent application filed in May 2013 by Apple’s Advanced Technology and Projects group shows that Apple was working on a way to take data from a user’s iPhone and store it on a server that would then be available for other applications, including the iPhone itself.

The patent application was published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and is available to view in its entirety here.

Apple first released the patent in November 2013, with the application titled “A method for collecting information from a touch sensitive display device.”

The application describes how the touch sensitive touch panel can be used to capture information from the user’s screen and store the information on a remote server.

The application describes a way for a remote application to collect data from the touch screen using a wireless communications network (WAN).

For example, it would collect the location of the touch display by measuring the time taken to move the touch panel, or by measuring a signal from the remote WAN that indicates the location and time of a touch input.

The remote application would then transmit the location, time, and signal to the remote server where the remote application could store the location data.

The system described in the application is not yet operational, and the patent application indicates that Apple plans to develop the system with an emphasis on security, which could mean that the company would develop a way of implementing a security system that would make it difficult for remote applications to intercept the data that Apple collects.

Apple first announced the iPhone in September 2010, but the company has since delayed the launch of the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5S for several years.

The delay has meant that the iPhone has not been widely available to the public, and Apple’s iPhone 5 is one of the few devices in the world that does not require a monthly data plan.

The iPhone is one example of how Apple’s approach to protecting its devices has changed over time.

The company was initially criticized for its inability to implement security measures and restrictions that had previously been required of other Apple devices.

However, the company’s recent announcement of a security initiative known as the iOS security team last year has brought the company back into the spotlight.

The iOS security initiative was a collaboration between Apple, Facebook, Google, and several other companies to develop security measures that could be applied to any iOS device.

While it is not clear exactly what the Apple iPhone security team is working on, it is likely that it will be used by applications that are not currently designed for the iPhone.

The team is also expected to be able to work on the design and development of other security features, such as security camera software, security camera hardware, and even new security features like fingerprint authentication.

Apple’s patent filing also details a way in which the remote user could obtain a data store on the server that could then be shared by other applications.

The application states that the data stored on the remote network could be used for other purposes, such the remote device can be connected to the internet and stored in a cloud service provider’s data center, and remote applications can share that data.