A rather alarming discovery has been made by a 14-year old, which could affect anyone who happens to have a heart-pacemaker and an iPad Smart Cover.
In other not-so-newsworthy news, (we think you’ll agree the Apple rumor-mill has been largely stagnant lately), the guys at Nowhereelse.fr are back this week with a purported shot of what they claim could show the front bezel of Apple’s next-generation iPad.
Just another interesting tidbit regarding the USPTO’s 180-reversed decision on Apple’s previously blocked “iPad mini” trademark. According to 9to5Mac, although the trademark will indeed be granted to the Cupertino company for use in its marketing relating to the smaller tablet, it will reportedly only be granted under the condition that Apple must add a small block of small print wherever the mark is used.
Perhaps showing just how important widespread publicity is when you are facing a rejection from the likes of the U.S Patent and Trademark Office, a new ‘office action’ published by the governing body today suggests, (at least on first impressions), that the USPTO has completely reversed its preliminary decision to block the trademarking of Apple’s “iPad mini,” seemingly without Apple having to rectify the previously reported issues with the filing.
If this exclusive report by our friends at Electronista is anything to go by, Apple could have just landed a pretty hefty order from the Department of Defense.