Earlier this week Apple filed five trademark applications for "Apple Music." We presented these filings in two reports (one and two) covering a total of five International Classes (9, 38, 41, 42 and 45). Apple's trademark classes revealed that they could introduce concerts, festivals, TV programs, social networking and so much more. Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a second round of five new trademark applications for Apple Music relating to the stylized logo as noted in our cover graphic. They cover the same International Classes. Apple also filed for the "Apple Music" trademark in China and Europe today. The difference with their foreign filings is that each carried vastly extended verbiage as to what the trademark is to cover. Today's report presents you with full verbiage behind the extended International Classes.
Apple's U.S. Trademark Application In-Part for Stylized "Apple Music" Logo (1of 5)
Apple's European Trademark Filing In-Part for Stylized "Apple Music" Logo
Europe and Hong Kong: Extended International Class Coverage for "Apple Music"
Apple's Hong Kong filings were made under application numbers 303445939 and 303447333. For the record, Apple's U.S. trademark applications were found under numbers 86663019, 86663005, 86662587, 86662532 and 86663157.
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