Apple is trying to get the rights to iWatch in Japan

Jul

2

2013

Apple is trying to get the rights to iWatch in Japan

Rumors about Apple iWatch already accumulated so much that last for a few “smart” watches. Apple product is credited with 1.5-inch OLED touchscreen and commercial name iWatch. It is now known that Apple is trying to get the rights to use the trademark iWatch in Japan.

This was reported by reputable news agency Bloomberg. Most analysts believe that Apple is developing a “smart” clock, but still formal confirmation or hint from Cupertino, except for very low-key statement CEO Tim Cook during a conference D11, regarding such an interesting product was not. It is worth noting that in the past month, Apple was trying to get the rights to use the trademark iWatch in Russia.

Of course, the fact that the “apple”, the company has applied for a trademark iWatch in Japan, does not allow to say with great certainty about 100 per cent probability for intelligent hours iWatch. Suffice it to recall the application iSlate in 2009 or Knowledge Navigator in 1988. Perhaps Apple is only trying to get ahead of the competition, which may be premature to assign a brand iWatch.

It should also be recalled that Sony did not delay the release of this product, and announced last week unsinkable “smart” clock Smartwatch 2 .
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