On April 21, 2008, the European Trademark Office published Apple's latest trademark titled iTunes under application 006838461. The main difference between Apple's dual 2007 US filings and the filing made public today, is that Apple has dramatically expanded their trademark's International Classification coverage from four to a whopping nineteen categories. This would strongly suggest that Apple could be preparing to greatly expand both gadgetry and services relating to their iTunes trademark sometime this year. The most noteworthy entry of all, perhaps, relates to headgear, which is found under classification 25. This directly supports an Apple patent application which was filed last week pertaining to an iPod visual head-display. Such a headset would allow a user to greatly enhance their viewing experience when watching video content such as movies and television shows stored on their iPod and/or iPhone when in a quiet setting.