On Monday an avalanche of revised iOS 7 icons surfaced at the US Patent and Trademark Office followed by another big round on Tuesday. To end off the week just right, USPTO published two more of Apple's iOS 7 Icons trademark filings for Photos and Game Center. In between times, the Canadian IP Office published five more black and white iOS 7 icons that many Apple fans really liked. And lastly, Hong Kong's IP Office granted Apple a new MacBook Pro related design patent.
Apple's Files for iOS 7 Game Center Icon Trademark
Apple has filed their Game Center Icon under International Class 009 that covers the following: "Computer software for use in accessing multi-player games and for use in scoring and tracking game performance; computer software to facilitate communications among users via the internet and other computer and electronic communication networks; computer software for use in social networking; computer application software for mobile phones and handheld digital devices, namely, for accessing multi-player games and for use in scoring and tracking game performance."
Apple's Files for iOS 7 Photos Icon Trademark
Apple has filed their Photos Icon under International Class 009 that covers the following: "Computer software for organizing, storing, sharing, and viewing images, sold as a feature of computers and handheld mobile digital electronic devices comprised of mobile phones, digital audio and video players, handheld computers, personal digital assistants, and electronic personal organizers."
More of Apple's iOS 7 Icon Trademark Filings in Canada (Black and White)
China Grants Apple a MacBook Pro Battery Design Patent
To confirm, the battery design was shown in iFixit's latest teardown review of the MacBook Pro 13" Retina which could be viewed here.
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