A trademark expires on September 1 and is now a part of the Apple brand.
A trademark is a legal designation that identifies the original creator of something.
A registered trademark is one that is not owned by a company or other entity.
Apple trademark application The trademark application for an Apple trademark in the US, China, India, Brazil, Russia, Thailand, Singapore, and other countries lists Apple as the holder of the trademark in China.
Apple’s application to trademark its name for its Apple Computer products in India was rejected in January 2019.
The company was not granted a trademark in Russia in May 2020.
An application to register a trademark for an Amazon brand name in Russia was rejected by the Russian Ministry of Justice in November 2019.
An Amazon brand trademark in Japan was also rejected in December 2019.
A registration of a trademark application in the United Kingdom in May 2019 was approved.
An Apple trademark registration application was approved in June 2020.
In February 2021, the US Patent and Trademark Office granted a US patent application for the term “Apple Computer” in the field of digital computing, including virtualization and networking.
A patent application was also filed in October 2018.
Apple patent application In November 2018, Apple filed a patent application to use the term Apple Computer for a personal digital assistant and mobile messaging device.
The application was submitted in March 2019.
In January 2019, Apple applied for a patent in the area of communications and information technology.
A new Apple patent was submitted to the USPTO in May 2018.
A US patent filing is the next step in the process for filing a patent.
Apple filed an application in February 2020 for a wearable computer.
The USPTA granted the application on August 1, 2020.
A wearable computer is a computer with an embedded battery that can be used to access digital data from a smartphone or tablet.
Apple also filed an applications for patents in October 2020 and February 2021 in the areas of wearable computing, electronic communications, digital entertainment and interactive devices.
In May 2021, Apple released a wearable smartwatch.
The watch was released on April 4, 2021.
In March 2021, an Apple patent filing was filed in the U.S. Patent and Patent Office for a device that could measure body temperature.
The wearable device would include a camera, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, and compass.
The device would be connected to a computer that could perform a battery test to determine the temperature of the user’s body and determine the user would be able to perform the battery test without touching the device.
A device with a camera could be attached to a person’s wrist and be used in conjunction with a computer to monitor the wearer’s body temperature and temperature-related sensors.
A smartwatch would be compatible with Apple products and services, including Apple Pay, Apple Music, the Apple Watch app, Apple Maps, Apple Pay for iPhone, and Apple Pay on iOS devices.