See-through and dual sided swipe technology | Is this Apple’s big announcement?

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There are many speculations as to what Apple will release next. As a matter of fact, the Internet has been going into overdrive, as “Tech Gurus” try to prophesize Apple’s big announcement set for tomorrow, September 9th at 10:00 AM PST. That’s 1:00 PM for all East Coast enthusiasts. There have been many blog posts and articles released that almost resemble pre-game commentary during the NFL playoffs. The suspense builds, as Apple drops teasers along the web, and most importantly, a site specifically designed for the live Apple event, with the message:

“‘Hey Siri, give us a hint. Join us here on September 9 at
10 a.m. PDT to watch the keynote live.’”

…and the prompt to add this event to your iCal calendar. You can’t get any more genius than that! Or, can you?

Early this morning HandyScape launched a campaign for HandyCase™ technology on Kickstarter. Their goal is to further product design and enhancement of hardware, software, development, marketing and sales support. This technology is a guaranteed hit, as there are rumors flying around that Apple will make its way, as a late bloomer into the gaming realm of entertainment, surely adopting new technologies along the way. Multi-patented and designed specifically with Apple products in mind, Apple would be a fool not to adopt this technology.

If you remember the viral video of practical joke a man once played on an unsuspected victim, where he held his phone on the palm of his hand, showing a spider climbing across it, then you have got the idea. The only difference is, a real spider won’t manifest during usage.

A vision manifesting like a scene out of minority report, users will see their own hand while tapping and swiping screens from behind. Through generation input technology, the HandyCase™will merely be an extension of your current handset device. The case is Bluetooth (BLE) Smart and has a long battery life. This will be perfect for navigating the unknown. Utilizing your smartphone as a GPS system and with the actual road in front row and center, navigation will be even more effective than before! Can you even imagine the new “apping” capabilities?

With Forbes already cosigning HandScape, by recognizing them as one of many “Chinese Startups that That Splashed at CES,” and winning 2nd prize at the Startup 21 Competition in 2014, as well as 2014’s “Top 10 Most Favorite things by CES,” we can only imagine that this might just be part of Apple’s big announcement tomorrow. And if it isn’t, we can probably expect to see another huddle in the future!

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