On March 25, 2013, the US Patent & Trademark Office published seven of Apple's latest trademark filings covering the round app icons for their seventh generation iPod nano. The designs that differ from those displayed on Apple's iPhone and iPad were originally filed last week and revealed today. Our report provides you with the entire set of color app icon graphics along with their respective International Class specifics.
Apple's Trademark Application In-Part for 1 of 7 new iPod nano App Icon Designs
The App Icon Designs Apple is Seeking Trademark Protection for
Apple's International Class Details for the App Icons Illustrated Above:
All of Apple's App Design Icons were filed under International Class 009. The specifics for each are listed below:
Voice Memo: computer software for recording, editing, managing, and sharing audio content
Settings: Computer software for managing user system settings and preferences
Apple's iTunes U: Computer software for use in reviewing, storing, organizing, and playing pre-recorded audio and video content
Audiobooks: Computer software for use in organizing, storing, and reading electronic publications
Photos: computer software for organizing, storing, and viewing images
Podcasts: Computer software for use in reviewing, storing, organizing and playing pre-recorded audio and video content.
Music: computer software for use in reviewing, storing, organizing, and playing pre-recorded audio content.
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