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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 57 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. Although rare, no patent stood out enough to emphasize individually in this report. Apple did win another AirPods Case patent which is likely their sixth or seventh in the last year; granted a patent for the original Smart Battery Case; a patent for a fabric iPhone carrying case that has yet to surface; a series of Apple Watch patents for its band attachment system and digital crown (01, 02, 03) and more. We wrap up this week's granted patent report with our traditional listing of the remaining granted patents that were issued to Apple today.


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Apple Granted a Design Patent for iPhone 8


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Inventors: Akana; Jody (San Francisco, CA), Anderson; Molly (San Francisco, CA), Andre; Bartley K. (Palo Alto, CA), Aoyagi; Shota (San Francisco, CA), Ashcroft; Anthony Michael (San Francisco, CA), Bataillou; Jeremy (San Francisco, CA), Coster; Daniel J. (San Francisco, CA), De Iuliis; Daniele (San Francisco, CA), Hankey; M. Evans (San Francisco, CA), Hoenig; Julian (San Francisco, CA), Howarth; Richard P. (San Francisco, CA), Ive; Jonathan P. (San Francisco, CA), Kerr; Duncan Robert (San Francisco, CA), Russell-Clarke; Peter (San Francisco, CA), Shaffer; Benjamin Andrew (San Jose, CA), Silvanto; Mikael (San Francisco, CA), Stringer; Christopher J. (Woodside, CA), Tissandier; Clement (San Francisco, CA), Whang; Eugene Antony (San Francisco, CA), Zorkendorfer; Rico (San Francisco, CA).


The Remaining Patents granted to Apple Today


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