Apple’s 4 New Patents to Kick Off 2013

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apple-logoApple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is welcoming the new year with a fresh batch of design patents. Patently Apple reports:

Two of the main designs focus on Apple’s in-store table-top display stands that are found at any retail Apple Store. The stands are fixtures on Apple’s classy wooden display tables and provide a base to display products such as the iPod and iPhone. The other noteworthy design patent win today covers the once labeled “iPhone nano.” The design is one of the original eight mini device designs that were granted to Apple in 2010. Apple’s original patent stated that the handheld portable computing device could be a combination media player, media storage device and cellular phone.”

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The last Apple patent is for a “Component of an electronic device”.

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