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Apple's new circuit design, software patents

updated 12:50 pm EST, Tue January 30, 2007

Two new Apple patents

The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office today published two of Apple's newly granted patents relating to an electric circuit design and just-in-time dynamic loading of software libraries, which the company could apply to its forthcoming iPhone and other future embedded Mac OS X-based digital devices. The first patent, titled "Method and apparatus for 'just-in-time' dynamic loading and unloading of computer software libraries," relates to a method and apparatus for dynamically loading and unloading software library modules as needed on a "just-in-time" basis. The second, titled "Method and apparatus for selectively increasing the operating speed of an electronic circuit," relates to a method an dapparatus for selectively increasing the operating frequency of an electronic circuit.




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  1. Spacemoose

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    great reporting here

    Wow, changed "speed" to "frequency" that's some in-depth analysis of the patent. I wonder if the person who wrote that feels shame, or if he's actually as clueless as this article makes him sound.

    "The second, titled "Method and apparatus for selectively increasing the operating speed of an electronic circuit," relates to a method and apparatus for selectively increasing the operating frequency of an electronic circuit."

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Forgot to study

    It sounds like a high school essay answer from the kid that forgot to show up for classes all semester.

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