Apple made another move to trademark the term “multi-touch” in the United States but unfortunately it has been denied. The decision was made by the United States Patent and Trademark Office dated from last week and was posted by MacRumors in their website. The governing body rejected this application citing that the term is simply describing how consumers interact with the products.
“Thus, from the foregoing, we find that ‘Multi-Touch’ not only identifies the technology, but also describes how a user of the goods operates the device,” according to the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. . . . → Read More: Apple’s “Multi-Touch” Trademark Application Rejected
People have been struggling to contain our combined excitement concerning the prospect of an ultra-thin edition of the iconic smartphone of Apple.
Furthermore, a recent MacRumors forum photo that supposedly shows the upcoming iPhone 5’s super-skinny chassis profile has left us a bit weak at the knees after for a moment not remembering to put on our well-worn masks of disbelief.
Even though at something of a failure as to why the person who got the photo felt the desire to pixel out the hands of whoever’s grasping the anonymity smartphone, we are willing . . . → Read More: Rumors Come Out About the Slender iPhone 5
Jobs’ effort to hurry the Flash Castle has now in use one more pace. New-fangled Apple MacBook Air laptops (the ones proclaimed at the Back to the Mac occasion lately) are pending with a single obsession absent – the Adobe Flash plugin for mesh browsers. As preceding Mac OS X processors approached with the Flash connect, it’s obviously missing from the original Airs.
Certainly, Mac consumers are still open to download Flash from the mesh (Jobs wouldn’t go that far… up till now), and I’m deducting 99% of them will do that. Apple’s new firm places next to Flash on iOS, ActionScript . . . → Read More: Latest MacBook Air is Without Adobe Flash