Patents by Inventor Jonathan D. Dye

Jonathan D. Dye has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10841484
    Abstract: An electronic device displays a representative image. While displaying the representative image, the device detects a first input. In response to the first input, the device transitions from displaying the representative image to displaying a respective image that was acquired by a camera before acquiring the representative image. After transitioning from displaying the representative image to displaying the respective image, the device displays, in sequence starting with the respective image, at least some images acquired by the camera before acquiring the representative image and at least some of images acquired by the camera after acquiring the representative image. The device detects termination of the first input. In response to detecting termination of the first input, the device displays the representative image.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 7, 2019
    Date of Patent: November 17, 2020
    Assignee: APPLE INC.
    Inventors: Henrique D. Penha, Sebastian J. Bauer, Imran A. Chaudhri, Graham R. Clarke, Alan C. Dye, Craig M. Federighi, Christopher P. Foss, Jonathan Ive, Nicholas V. King, Kenneth L. Kocienda, Behkish J. Manzari, Pavel Pivonka, Daniel T. Preston, Charles A. Mezak, Justin S. Titi, Daniel E. Gobera Rubalcava
  • Publication number: 20200293113
    Abstract: An electronic device: detects an input on a respective button. Tactile outputs are generated to indicate that the respective button has been activated in place of a mechanical switch that detects activation of the respective button when the respective button is mechanically compressed. In response to detecting the input on the respective button: in accordance with a determination that the input meets activation criteria, the electronic device provides a first tactile output with a first tactile output pattern that includes: between 0.5 and 4 cycles of an oscillation of one or more tactile output generators relative to corresponding neutral positions of the one or more tactile output generators. The oscillation of the one or more tactile output generators occurs at a frequency between 80 Hz and 400 Hz. In accordance with a determination that the input does not meet the activation criteria, the electronic device forgoes providing the first tactile output.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 29, 2020
    Publication date: September 17, 2020
    Inventors: Imran A. Chaudhri, Sebastian J. Bauer, Camille Moussette, Jean-Pierre M. Mouilleseaux, Madeleine S. Cordier, Joshua B. Kopin, Kenneth L. Kocienda, Marcos Alonso Ruiz, Alan C. Dye, Jules K. Fennis, Brian T. Gleeson, Richard P. Howarth, Jonathan Ive, Duncan R. Kerr, John B. Morrell, Daniel J. Riccio, Hugo D. Verweij
  • Publication number: 20190364194
    Abstract: An electronic device displays a representative image. While displaying the representative image, the device detects a first input. In response to the first input, the device transitions from displaying the representative image to displaying a respective image that was acquired by a camera before acquiring the representative image. After transitioning from displaying the representative image to displaying the respective image, the device displays, in sequence starting with the respective image, at least some images acquired by the camera before acquiring the representative image and at least some of images acquired by the camera after acquiring the representative image. The device detects termination of the first input. In response to detecting termination of the first input, the device displays the representative image.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 7, 2019
    Publication date: November 28, 2019
    Inventors: Henrique D. Penha, Sebastian J. Bauer, Imran A. Chaudhri, Graham R. Clarke, Alan C. Dye, Craig M. Federighi, Christopher P. Foss, Jonathan Ive, Nicholas V. King, Kenneth L. Kocienda, Behkish J. Manzari, Pavel Pivonka, Daniel T. Preston, Charles A. Mezak, Justin S. Titi, Daniel E. Gobera Rubalcava
  • Patent number: 10395128
    Abstract: An electronic device performs techniques related generally to implementing biometric authentication. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for a biometric enrollment process tutorial. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for aligning a biometric feature for enrollment. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for enrolling a biometric feature. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for providing hints during a biometric enrollment process. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for application-based biometric authentication. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for autofilling biometrically secured fields. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for unlocking a device using biometric authentication. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for retrying biometric authentication. In some examples, a device provides user interfaces for managing transfers using biometric authentication.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 23, 2018
    Date of Patent: August 27, 2019
    Assignee: Apple Inc.
    Inventors: Marcel Van Os, Peter D. Anton, Arian Behzadi, Lynne Devine, Christopher Patrick Foss, Bradley W. Griffin, Pedro Mari, Daamun Mohseni, Jean-Pierre M. Mouilleseaux, Camille Moussette, Daniel Trent Preston, Giancarlo Yerkes, Alan C. Dye, Jonathan P. Ive
  • Patent number: 10346406
    Abstract: The systems, apparatus, methods, and computer program products described herein provide the capability for an entity to identify and autonomously contract via a blockchain database with an unknown and anonymous host device for access rights to a high volume raw data stream generated by a sensor of the host device. The systems, apparatus, methods, and computer program products further provide the capability for the entity to push or upload a software module to the host device to allow the entity to process the high volume raw data stream into a low volume data stream directly on the host device, i.e., at the source of the high volume raw data stream.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 28, 2016
    Date of Patent: July 9, 2019
    Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation
    Inventors: David A. Booz, Jonathan D. Dye, Michael J. Dye, Egan F. Ford
  • Publication number: 20170279774
    Abstract: The systems, apparatus, methods, and computer program products described herein provide the capability for an entity to identify and autonomously contract via a blockchain database with an unknown and anonymous host device for access rights to a high volume raw data stream generated by a sensor of the host device. The systems, apparatus, methods, and computer program products further provide the capability for the entity to push or upload a software module to the host device to allow the entity to process the high volume raw data stream into a low volume data stream directly on the host device, i.e., at the source of the high volume raw data stream.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 28, 2016
    Publication date: September 28, 2017
    Applicant: International Business Machines Corporation
    Inventors: David A. Booz, Jonathan D. Dye, Michael J. Dye, Egan F. Ford