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Tuesday, 04 October 2011 09:44

iPhone can make the blind see

Written by Nick Farell
apple

Bloody miracle
The Tame Apple press has been talking up the latest miracle that the iPhone can perform is to help you see better.

Ucansi, has been getting a lot of attention having released an app which he claims will help middle-aged people with weak eyesight. The app can improve their eyesight to what it was 10 years ago, the press claims.

It works by showing the user a grey screen with a white circle. Images will appear in random places on the screen. A user will have to pick up "Gabor" patches that appear at the white circle place.

The app was tested at University of California. Results showed that an average 50 year old eye was capable to improve its vision to that of a 40 year old eye just after 40 sessions at this app.

The price of the app will be £60 and it is expected to be available on the Apple Store in a couple of weeks. Thus something which got Jesus much attention is now apparently easy for the followers of the new religion of the 21st century.


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