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Apple may disable iPhone from clicking photos, videos at concerts

Now soon you may not be able to click photos or shoot videos at live concerts using your iPhone. Apple is planning a technology tthat may block the phone from doing the same.


 Apple may disable iPhone from clicking photos, videos at concerts

Zee Media Bureau

Los Angeles: Now soon you may not be able to click photos or shoot videos at live concerts using your iPhone. Apple is planning a technology tthat may block the phone from doing the same.

The company won approval from the US Patent and Trademark Office on Wednesday for a patent it applied for in 2009 relating to its cameras and their interaction with infrared signals, reports independent.co.uk. 

According to online music magazine Pitchfork, in some cases, the device could use the infrared data to show a user information related to a nearby object, such as an exhibit in a museum. 

In other cases, the device could use the infrared data to disable the device`s recording functions. As an example, the patent includes an illustration of a band performing onstage as a camera screen shows the text "recording disabled". 

While the technology might be aimed at preventing copyright infringement, it could come with the added bonus of improving the concert-going experience. 
 

(With IANS inputs)

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