Apple Patent Allowing Future 3D iPhones, iPads & Macs?

Here at OSM, we brought you news this morning of a patent application made by Apple, to re-position their existing antenna to underneath the Apple logo on the back of up and coming devices such as the iPhone 5, iPad 2 and so on. But yet another patent originally applied for in 2006, has now been excepted for the use of a 3D stereoscopic system or in basic terms, holographic display.

The guys over at T3 reported today that this news could pave the way for future 3D iPhones along with 3D iPads, Macs and 3DTV’s from tech giants Apple. With the world of technology constantly changing and the introduction of many 3D innovations already hitting the market, Apple will know doubt be jumping up and down to this latest news. For users to possible Apple 3D devices, this would take away the need for wearing 3D glasses and the takeover of 3D + holographic images, something that presently does not exist in today’s market.

Over at Digitalspy.co.uk, they reported on the patent application reading, “An exceptional aspect of the invention is that it can produce viewing experiences that are virtually indistinguishable from viewing a true hologram. Such a ‘pseudo-holographic’ image is a direct result of the ability to track and respond to observer movements.”

Presently, today’s news is only rumor, but who knows, this time next year, we may be reporting on the launch of these very devices? Let us know what you think about the introduction of Apple 3D stereoscopic products?