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55 iPod icons trademark applications published

updated 05:15 pm EDT, Mon April 7, 2008

iPod icon trademark apps

The European Trademark Office recently published 55 newly registered iPod icons, and were originally filed with Munich office of Bardehle, Pagenbert, Dost, Altenburg, and Geissler. The icons more or less cover the gamut of those offered by the iPod, relating to videos, podcasts, notes, iPod radio, games, voice memos, and the Nike+ sport system. The icons appear on current generation iPod nanos and Classics, as users navigate menus to examine their libraries, among other things.

Apple credits William Bull, Kourtny Hicks, Eric Hope, and Policarpo Wood as designers.

by MacNN Staff



  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969


    take note

    The following are icon types don't seem to represent components or abilities of current systems.

    *Radio- This would be big news for some people. Is there an add-on for this ability?

    *Photo Import (besides from your mac)- I remember that you used to be able to get photos off a USB device via a 3rd party product. Is that still available in these verions of the iPod?

    *Recordings- Now I noticed the Belkin recording add-on. So is Apple creating icons for 3rd-party products?

    *Accessories - Answer to above question: Guess so.

  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Re: take note

    There is a radio add on from Apple.. There used to be a photo add on, I wish it would come back.

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