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iSurprise: 7 Amazing Apple Patents for the Next iPhone

Although the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus were launched only a few months ago, rumors about Apple’s upcoming handset are already flooding the net. In that context, we decided to take a peek into the future and look at some amazing Apple patents for the next iPhone. The company’s patent portfolio is vast and very interesting, so after examining it, we chose the most likely patents to feature on the next iPhone along with the most exciting ones: so modern and avant-garde they are likely to make you get in line for that next iPhone model.

Apple Patents for the Next iPhone

The Apple revolution includes iPhones, iPads, Macs and many other products. But for the firm, another great source of innovation and profit is apps. Whether you are an Apple fan or a regular Apple user, you know that applications are a key feature to their devices. You should check out our list on The Top 15 Best-Selling Apps for Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and explore the most popular apps for iOS, which may yet be hanging around in popularity when some of these amazing Apple patents for the next iPhone make their debut (along with the phone itself, natch).

Now then, let’s take a look at the countdown and find out which amazing Apple patents for the next iPhone we can’t wait to see in action.

7. Camera Patents

Apple’s next iPhone could feature one or more of the several camera patents the company has been working on. Some of them include a thinner camera that would result in a thinner handset, optical image stabilization that would result in super resolution photos, and refocus-able photographs. But the two most interesting Apple projects are 3D photographs and interchangeable camera lenses. The latter is a two-lens system that will allow users to capture images with DSLR quality.

Six more amazing Apple patents for the next iPhone can be found on the next pages. Check them out.