Apple has been granted a new series of design patents. Two of them cover Apple's 35W dual USB-C ports compact power adapter that were issued in Hong Kong. A design patent for AirPods Pro was granted by the World Intellectual Property Organization in the Hague, a city in the Netherlands.
Unlike "patent applications" that provide the public with an abstract, summary and details of an invention, design patents published around the world are limited to only providing the public with design patent figures. No additional specifics of the design are made available.
35W Dual USB-C Port Compact Power Adapter
Below is one of the two granted patent forms from the Hong Kong Patent Office for Apple's adapter. Below you'll find two sets of patent images with .M001 covering the adapter with the prongs in an open position and design patent .M001 illustrating the prongs in a closed position.
Two design patents were issued to Apple for their 35W Dual USB-C Port Compact Power Adapter. One set illustrates the adapter with the prongs in the read-to-use position and the second set illustrates the adapter with the prongs in the closed position.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) granted Apple a design patent for AirPods Pro under number D977460 as presented below. No jumbo graphics were available. Apple filed their trademark under Locarno Classification 14-01 for "Recording, telecommunications or data processing equipment." It was registered/granted on February 7, 2023.