The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were just revealed a few days ago with a slew of cool new features like Apple Pay and Focus Pixels. What you don’t know is that Apple’s technology scientists at the secretive Apple iLab developed some other unique features that ultimately didn’t end up in the final product. Lucky for you, Protect Your Bubble was able to gain exclusive access to these radical technologies by befriending Tim Cook’s landscaper.
If you thought the Touch ID fingerprint sensor that debuted with the iPhone 5s was awesome, wait until you see the DNA ID sensor that Apple initially planned for the iPhone 6. The Touch ID sensor was supposed to be a secure way to access your phone, but hackers found a way to bypass it with wood glue and other methods. The DNA ID sensor was developed to be the ultimate unbreakable security measure for your iPhone 6. Instead of using your fingerprint, the iPhone 6 would require a sample of your blood or saliva every time you wanted to unlock the screen. Simple, convenient, and super effective!
Along with the microwave and Shake Weight, the technology was originally developed by the U.S. military at Area 51. iMind reads your thoughts and interprets the appropriate actions to be taken. The goal of the iMind was to make finger and screen interactions obsolete. Hate the 5 o’clock meeting you’re stuck in? iMind will automatically populate job searches and apply for them on LinkedIn while you daydream. Dislike your inconsiderate neighbor who mows the lawn at 7am on a Saturday morning? Sensing your distress, iMind will purchase and overnight ship a hunting rifle to your doorstep. As you can imagine, iMind could have detrimental consequences and was phased out of the final iPhone 6 product for safety concerns.
3. Invisible Force Field
That’s right nerds. This isn’t Star Wars. THIS IS APPLE!
Apple developed force field technology 2 years ago, but felt the world wasn’t ready for it. They tested it out on the iPhone 6 with the objective of preventing falling iPhones from getting damaged. No more cracked screens and broken devices? Sounds like a utopia! As you can see from the test video below, Apple’s aural sensors will trigger a force field when it detects the programmed instruction of a synched clap and a vocal command.