Apple dazzled its faithful developers at the recent Worldwide Developer Conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco. Major announcements included Apple's iTunes Radio, a new Mac Pro with a revolutionary design and a totally revamped iOS 7 for iPhones and iPads. But the most amazing innovation from Apple is still being kept under wraps and wasn't announced.
Fortunately, we were able to get a sneak peek at the beta version at (of all places) the nuveau hippie stomping ground just a few miles north of San Francisco in Fairfax California ... aka Mayberry on Acid. Three self described, "non techies" were able download a beta version of Apple's long rumored "Time Transporter" app, which uses wireless technology and time parallax, to transport the user, forward or backward in time to a year of his or her choosing. Sound too futuristic to be true? You have to see it to believe it. Watch the video below and be amazed at how these high school whizzes cracked the code of Apple's best kept secret.
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