The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a newly granted patent for Apple Inc. today relating to their Shanghai Store's Glass Panel Design. In 2010 Apple launched a major effort to expand sales in China by opening a new store in Shanghai as noted in our graphic above. Today, Apple was also granted two design patents.
Apple Granted Patent for Shanghai's Apple Store Glass Panel Design
Apple has been granted a patent today for their invention relating to the Shanghai's Apple Store glass panel design which we first covered back in 2010. To review some of the details of the patent, see our initial report.
Apple's granted patent was originally filed in Q4 2010 by inventors David Andreini, Karl Backus, Jon Cooksey, Tim Eliassen, Scott David, Holger Krueger, Peter Lenk, James O'Callaghan and Yutang Zhang.
A full set of photos of the Shanghai Store could be viewed here.
Apple Granted Two Design Patents Today
Apple was granted two design patents today covering the iPhone 4S and the Sixth Generation iPod nano.
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