Ok, so I was examining plenty of patents on Google Patents to determine how I am going to write mine. From reading and watching Youtube provisional patents tutorials, they all say the same thing. Add anything and everything you can think of. If you have a futuristic ideam add it into the detailed description of the invention. I have some ideas that I am going to implement in my iOS mobile app. They are easy to implement and I do not care if those specific ideas get robbed since they are not novel and any application can have those. I just do not want to add them now.
Should I go ahead and add them in my PPA and say "in the future" the software will support this or should I say the app "may" have and then list those futuristic ideas? Keep in mind that some of my ideas can be done and others cannot be done at the moment because they require higher processing power.
So, how can I sort those ideas out. Should I say "may" for all the futuristic ideas regardless of how applicable they are? Should I say "may" for the ideas applicable and say in the future for non applicable ideas.
The futuristic ideas are theoretically sound and not abstract. They are not applicable now because of hardware limitations.