The US Patent & Trademark Office published Apple’s latest trademark application relating to their figurative, non-textual “iPhoto for iOS” logo. The trademark filing 85700010 includes the International Classification 9 which covers computer software used for image editing and image processing. Apple had also filed their trademark in China and Europe this past week which added International Classifications 41 and 42 which covers photography and digital imaging services in addition to a fascinating entry that might be an eye opener.
On August 16, 2012, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a series of video related patent applications from Apple mainly covering iMovie and Final Cut Pro. If you’re a video buff, then today is going to be a feast for you. The patent applications cover topics such as live dragging and editing, new novel editing and masking tools and so much more. There’s far too much information for us to properly cover in this report and so we’ve provided you with Apple’s patent abstract for each application along with a direct link to each of them so that you could explore them at will. One thing is for sure, Apple’s Randy Ubillos and his engineer teams have definitely been burning the midnight oil so as to keep Apple’s video applications on the cutting edge.[/box] [button link=”http://www.patentlyapple.com” type=”big” color=”green” newwindow=”yes”] Source[/button]