Our Trademark Report Presents Apple's filing for 'Core Haptics' along with 138 Slides from their WWDC Session on Core Haptics & more
Apple has filed for the 'Core Haptics' Trademark today in Hong Kong under class 9 which specifically covers "Downloadable computer software development tools." Trademark classes are important because the trademark registration will only protect Apple's trademark(s) in the classes that have been identified in their application.
Core Haptics was introduced at this year's WWDC and the slides from the presentation put on by Apple's Michael Diu and Doug Scott titled "Introducing Core Haptics" are presented below.
Core Haptics Presentation Slides from WWDC 2019
Apple - Introducing Core Haptics by Jack Purcher on Scribd
Video Presentations on Core Haptics from WWDC 2019
To drill down deeper into Core Haptics, see the videos and other information provided in the links below:
- Introducing Core Haptics, here
- Designing Audio-Haptic Experiences, here
- Expanding the Sensory Experience with Core Haptics, here
UPDATE: JUNE 28, 2019: Apple has filed for Core Haptics in the U.S. under #88476229 under the same International Class 09 with the same verbiage as their Hong Kong filing noted above.
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