What if the US could get an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for free, a patent attorney claims
The US Patent and Trademark Office has just granted the US Patent & Trademark office the right to sell an iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus at a price of $299, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
In an order released on Tuesday, USPTO said the patent was filed on August 28, 2018 and will be available for a maximum of two years.
The patent, titled “Method for designing a system for displaying and accessing information on a screen, such as a video player,” is described as an “implementation of a system and method for displaying information on the screen” and “a method for navigating through a selection from a list.”
The patent describes an arrangement in which an image of a person, or in this case a picture of a phone, is displayed to the user.
The USPTA said it has no immediate plans to sell the iPhone6s or iPhone6 Pros, and that the company may use the patent to make a range of other products, including a camera, an antenna, and so on.