Apple revises ‘iCloud’ trademark to cover vehicles, Apple Pay and health markets

“Last weekend we posted a report about Apple updating their ‘Think Different’ trademark so as to cover new products and services such as Apple Pay, Apple Pencil, Apple TV and Siri,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.

“Today,” Purcher reports, “China’s Hong Kong Patent and Trademark Office published Apple’s updated filing for ‘iCloud’ to likewise cover Apple Pay along with health and fitness, and more importantly, for all things related to ‘Vehicles’ on land, water and rail.”

Purcher reports, “International Class 10 specifically covers: ‘Health, fitness, exercise, and wellness sensors, monitors and displays; medical apparatus and devices.'”

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9 Comments

  1. This Patently Apple report suggests to me that Apple is on the verge of a massive expansion into services that touch every part of our lives. Apple bears and shorts had better look out. This company is only just beginning…….

  2. This makes sense…iCloud will continue to evolve, as will all of cloud based computing. Think of the cloud as another operating system. Eventually, it will in some manner manage a big part of all of your devices.

    1. I don’t care what company is selling it, any cloud based computing system that touches all of your devices sounds exactly like Big Brother.

      You might want to read the iCloud user agreement before putting all your blind faith in Apple.

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