Late yesterday the Hong Kong Patent Office granted Apple four new design patents that cover new Beats headphones shelving units along with one that represent the next-gen shelving units for iPhone cases that were used in their new Brussels store.
Unlike "patent applications," design patents published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or any other Patent Office, don't reveal pertinent information about a particular design. All we are given is a series of simple photos and/or line-art graphics of what was actually registered, as noted below.
Apple Design Patent 1502386.6M001
Apple Design Patent 1502386.6M002
Apple Design Patent 1502386.6M003
Shelving Unit from Design Patent 6M003 noted above represents the new Apple Store shelving for iPhone covers as noted below from Apple's new Brussels store.
One Example of Apple's Trademark Registration In-Part for Retail Shelving
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