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Arrl will remind to change shoes
29.01.2013 1888

Arrl will remind to change shoes

Apple has patented a new technology that notifies the owner of a shoe about its condition. The "Shoe Wear Alert System" is a complex of sensors connected to a processor that monitors the condition of the shoe, in particular the level of foot amortization. As soon as the data reaches critical values, the processor sends a special signal to the owner of the shoe, which means that it is time to change the shoe.

Apple has patented a new technology that alerts the shoe owner about its condition.
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