On October 24, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals that they're still hard at work on a sophisticated next generation human recognition system. The work on this new system began in 2009 and their most elaborate work on this project was actually revealed in November 2012. We covered Apple's invention in great detail in our report titled "Apple Advances their Multi-Level Presence Sensing System." The 2012 patent provided the image of an HDTV and in this latest patent filing, Apple points to television content that may be R-Rated not being able to play if a young person walks into a room while the content is playing. Apple's new system will instantly scan an individual entering a room and adjust the TV as required. With an elderly person walking into a room, the audio may automatically be adjusted higher. If a Spanish friend walked into your living room, then the TV or Movie content would begin to present Spanish sub-titles. The advances discussed in the patent include fingerprint scanners, retina scanners and much, much more.