The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 55 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today plus 4 new design patents that cover the iPhone, MacBook Pro and more. Apple's design patents don't really describe anything. They simply boil down to being a bundle of patent figures that get approved and our report provides you with a number of jumbo graphics to review. A special note is made to the fact that Apple's late CEO Steve Jobs is one of the designers credited for the iPhone design.
Apple's iPhone 4S
The Inventors of the iPhone 4S include the following: Akana; Jody (San Francisco, CA), Andre; Bartley K. (Menlo Park, CA), Bataillou; Jeremy (San Francisco, CA), Coster; Daniel J. (San Francisco, CA), De Iuliis; Daniele (San Francisco, CA), Hankey; M. Evans (San Francisco, CA), Howarth; Richard P. (San Francisco, CA), Ive; Jonathan P. (San Francisco, CA), Jobs; Steve (Palo Alto, CA), Kerr; Duncan Robert (San Francisco, CA), Nishibori; Shin (Kailua, HI), Rohrbach; Matthew Dean (San Francisco, CA), Russell-Clarke; Peter (San Francisco, CA), Stringer; Christopher J. (Woodside, CA), Whang; Eugene Antony (San Francisco, CA), Zorkendorfer; Rico (San Francisco, CA).
Apple's iPad 3rd Generation
Apple's MacBook Pro 2012 Model
Apple iDevice Virtual Keyboards
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