On April 5, 2010, The Trade Marks and Designs Registration Office of the European Union published three of Apple's figurative trademark applications related to Apple Inc's iWorks suite covering "Numbers," "Page," and "Keynote" respectfully. The applications were officially filed on April 01, 2010 prior to Apple's launching of the iPad on April 3, 2010. All three filings are covered under International Classifications 9 (computer software), 39 (storage services) and 42 (Providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable software for viewing). If you look closely at the Keynote figure noted above, the header of the document states "Q4 2010." Hmm, is Apple giving us a hint of an iWorks upgrade coming this fall?
Apple's Trademarks: International Class Details
Apple's trademark applications 009001819 (Numbers), 009001751 (Pages) and 009001652 (Keynote) are each covered by the same International Classifications that are noted in detail below - as they appeared in the actual public filings.
International Class 09: Computer software; office suite computer software; software for word processing; software for creating spreadsheets, tables, graphs, and charts, and for organizing and analyzing data; software for creation and display of presentations including text and graphics; software for presentation graphics; software for generating, storing, retrieving, manipulating and altering text and graphics for use in presentations; software for creating, editing and printing documents comprised of text and graphics; user manuals in printed and electronic form distributed therewith; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; data processing equipment and computers; computer peripherals; computer hardware; fonts, typefaces, type designs and symbols in the form of recorded data; discs bearing or for recording computer programs and software; memory boards, random access memory, read only memory; electronic communication equipment, apparatus and instruments; telecommunications equipment, apparatus and instruments; computer and electronic games; monitors, displays, keyboards, cables, modems, printers, disk drives; central processing units; data storage materials and devices; computer memory devices; blank computer storage media; portable digital electronic devices and software related thereto; electronic notepads; handheld mobile digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, image, audio, and audiovisual files; a full line of computer software for business, home, education, and developer use; pre-recorded computer programs for personal information management, database management software, character recognition software, electronic mail and messaging software, mobile telephone software; database synchronization software, computer programs for accessing, browsing and searching online databases, computer operating system software, data synchronization programs, and application development tool programs for personal and handheld computers; electronic handheld devices for the wireless receipt, storage and/or transmission of data and messages, and electronic devices that enable the user to keep track of or manage personal information; software for the redirection of messages, Internet e-mail, and/or other data to one or more electronic handheld devices from a data store on or associated with a personal computer or a server; software for the synchronization of data between a remote station or device and a fixed or remote station or device; computer utility software; screen saver software; software for data encryption; software for analyzing and recovering data; software for computer system backup, data processing, data storage, file management and database management; software for telecommunication and communication via local or global communications networks, including the Internet, intranets, extranets, television, mobile communication, cellular and satellite networks; software for creating and delivering electronic greeting cards, messages and electronic mail; software for web design, creation, publishing and hosting; software for access to communications networks including the Internet; instructional material relating to the foregoing; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; user manuals in electronically readable, machine readable or computer readable form for use with, and sold as a unit with, all the aforementioned goods.
International Class 39: Storage services; electronic storage of files, images, audio, video, data, and documents.
International Class 42: Providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable software for viewing, annotating, storing, downloading and distributing electronic files, images, audio, video, data, and documents, and for audio and video conferencing, and for communication and collaboration via computer networks; design and development of computer hardware and software; advisory services relating to promotional activities in the field of computers; computer consultation, design, testing, research and advisory services; research and development of computer hardware and software; support and consultation services for developing computer systems, databases and applications; updating of computer software; online batch computer services; computer time-sharing services; leasing and rental of computer hardware and software apparatus and equipment; leasing and rental of computer multimedia and audio-visual software consulting services; providing information on computers; information relating to computer hardware or software provided on-line from a global computer network or the Internet; computer-aided design and engineering services; computer systems analysis; computer programming services; computer services relating to multimedia and/or interactive products; creating and maintaining web-sites; provision of web-sites featuring multimedia materials; hosting the web-sites of others; internet services; providing users of electronic communications networks with means of identifying, locating, grouping, distributing and managing data and links to third-party computer servers, computer processors and computer users (search engines); information, advisory and consultancy services relating to all the aforesaid.
The iWork centric figurative trademarks were individually filed by Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge UK LLP in London, United Kingdom.
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