“Apple wants your iPhone to offer dynamic city search suggestions based on travel itineraries when you’re on the road, including suggesting locations to search in one application based on travel plans identified in a different application,” Dennis Sellers reports for Apple Daily Report. “The company has filed a patent (number 20140223448) with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office for ‘dynamic location search suggestions based on travel itineraries.'”

“In the patent filing, Apple says that iPhones provide access to numerous sources of data and can run applications that organize and allow searching of information for specific topics,” Sellers reports. “For example, weather apps may let you search for and/or select locations (e.g., cities) and to store the selected locations for use in retrieving information about local weather conditions, forecasts, radar, etc. The local information can be updated for each of the stored locations every time the app is launched.”

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