“The US Patent and Trademark Office has published a new Apple trademark application, covering the company’s ‘Think Different’ marketing slogan. Originally introduced in 1997, the slogan formed the heart of a campaign tying Apple to current and historical [figures],” MacNN reports.
“The company could be looking to simply maintain the trademark, preventing it from being used by others,” MacNN reports. “It now covers ‘portable and handheld digital electronic devices’ however, which could allow Apple to apply the marketing to iPods, iPhones and an upcoming tablet.”
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