Apple Files for Apple Music Awards Logo Trademark and wins Design Patents for iPhone and iPad Accessories
Apple announced their first Apple Music Awards back in December 2019 with Billie Eilish taking the top honor as Global Artist of the Year. Each award features Apple’s custom silicon wafer suspended between a polished sheet of glass and a machined and anodized aluminum body. Today, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published Apple's figurative trademark filing for the Apple Music Awards graphical logo.
Figurative Trademark Filing for Apple Music Awards
Apple filed their trademark specifically under International Class 041 Covering: "Entertainment services, namely, a program for presentation of awards in recognition of distinguished achievement in the fields of entertainment, video arts, and music; entertainment services, namely, live performances by musical artists and music groups; providing audio, video, and webcast programs in the field of music; providing live and prerecorded music, musical performances, audio clips, video clips, photographs, news, reviews and other multimedia articles in connection with the field of music via website and computer applications; providing entertainment, music, and arts and cultural programming by means of telecommunications networks; providing entertainment, music, and arts and culture programming via websites and computer applications."
To secure the trademark, Apple originally filed it in Jamaica in late 2020 under application number 82027.
Apple Granted Accessory Design Patents
Apple was granted their second patent (D920,317) for their 2015 iPhone Smart battery Case with a few patent figures presented below.
Apple was also granted their fifth design patent (D920,335) for their 2012 iPad cover that you could review here.