Earlier today Patently Apple covered reports covering 46 granted patents and a specific one for an Apple Watch with FaceTime cameras. Now, in this Intellectual Property report, we cover a few of the most recent trademarks filings from Apple that were filed in the U.S., Europe and China.
'SwiftShot' TM Filing In-Part
Apple filed their 'SwiftShot' trademark filings in the U.S., EU (#017983207) and China (#304730175) under the same International Class 09 covering the same verbiage: "Computer game software."
'Create ML' TM Filing In-Part
Apple used their Create ML webpage as their "Specimen" for their trademark. The trademark is associated with Apple's Machine Learning models for apps. Their 2018 Machine Learning segment at their June World Wide Developer conference covered Create ML that you could view here while it's still available.
In their U.S. and Chinese (#304730166) filings Apple filed their trademark only under International Class 09 covering "computer software used in developing other software applications; application development software."
In Europe, Apple filed their trademark application (#017983203) under International Classes 09, 41 and 42. Class 41 basically covers "education, training, classes, workshops, tutorials and conferences. Class 42 basically covers design and development of computer hardware and software.
While Class 09 covered software in their U.S. and Chinese filings, Europe's filing changes it up wherein Class 09 covers all manner of hardware covering such things as follows:
"Smartwatches; smartglasses; smart rings; wearable activity trackers; connected bracelets, computer game software; downloadable pre-recorded audio, video and multimedia content; computer operating programs, recorded; electronic publications, downloadable; biometric identification and authentication apparatus; virtual and augmented reality displays, goggles, controllers, and headsets; 3D spectacles; eyeglasses; sunglasses; spectacle lenses; optical glass; optical goods; optical apparatus and instruments; cameras; flashes for cameras; sound recording and reproducing apparatus; televisions; television receivers and monitors; set top boxes; mobile telephones, mobile electronic devices, namely smartphone, tablet computers and touchscreen media players, wearable digital electronic communication devices, smartwatches, smartglasses, earphones, headphones" and more.
'Everyone can Code' TM Filing in Europe
Lastly, Apple filed for the "Everyone can Code" trademark in Europe under #017983206. They filed it under International Classes 09, 41 and 42. You can learn about Apple's Everyone Can Code program here.