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1 - Apple Wins Five iOS UI Design Patents in China, July 2011, Patently Apple 
Late last week China's Patent and Trademark Office published five newly registered iOS UI design patents covering three distinct UI Elements. With Apple beginning to really ramp up their lawsuits against iOS hardware and software copycats, every successfully awarded patent and trademark becomes more important and interesting.  


Apple Wins Design Patents in China for iOS UI Elements


2 - Apple Wins Design Patents in China Covering iOS UI Elements, July 2011, Patently Apple 

Apple has been granted design patents in China that cover Apple's new iOS centric elements for "Multi-Tasking" and their "Productivity" folder. Apple filed their applications in February 2011 and received registration on July 22, 2011.


Graphics Associated with the Design Patent


3 - Apple Wins Design Patent Covering iOS-Centric Multi-Tasking Element (Feature), July 2011, Patently Apple 

4 - Apple Wins Design Patent Covering iOS-Centric Productivity Folder Presentation, July 2011, Patently Apple 

Apple was awarded two design patents covering multi-tasking (1100310.0M003 and 0M004) and two for their Productivity Folder (1100310.0M001 and 0M002). Apple's third iOS UI Element patent win was for the Game Center as noted below (under number 1100310.0M005).


5 - Apple Wins a Design Patent Covering their iOS Game Center UI Element, July 2011, Patently Apple 

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