By your idea being “well-developed” we mean you have to be able to describe your idea, and your idea has to be able to elaborate on its “uniqueness” factor.
You don’t need a working prototype or even a minimum viable product (MVP) to patent your idea. But you have to be able to explain your idea to others at some level of detail. You have to appeal the novelty of your idea, i.e what makes your idea stand out when compared to other similar ideas.
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