Why Did Apple Patent A Vaporizer?

Terry Joseph
January 29, 2017

It is worth mentioning that Apple did not reveal its plans about the patent, therefore all the information listed above is based exclusively on the speculations and readers are advised to use the information as a pinch of salt. Many reports also indicate that the company might use the patent in making something simple like its new air freshener.

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Apple fails to reference the materials being used for in this process vaporization and never mentions the intended end use of the product.

A patent was published on January 26 that outlines plans for a temperature-regulated plate inside a chamber that heats up a substance to form a vapor.

'A plate whose bottom face rests on the substance inside the chamber body is temperature regulated, e.g., using a heater therein, which releases heat directly above the substance that lies below'. The mentioned vaporizing technology might as well generate more revenues for Apple in the future! iVape, it is!

Many people use vapes to inhale nicotine or marijuana, and they are sometimes used as a replacement for cigarettes.

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As further proof, the patent's inventor is named as Tetsuya Ishikawa, a senior Apple manager and nanotechnology specialist.

Since we know that Apple is working on vehicle technology, this could be part of that, which is the best explanation for this.

Apple's filed some unusual patents in the past, most recently in the form of a paper bag that disappointingly did not feature any kind of high-tech wizardry.

It's mostly guesswork at this time, but Apple could take advantage of interactive holograms using vapor, which thanks to technology, is something that's entirely possible.

Vaporizers are deployed in industries such as healthcare and agriculture.

Do you think the patent points to Apple's potential entry to vaping?

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