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Apple Made its First ‘HomePod’ Trademark Filing Publicly in Canada

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Although Apple originally and secretively made the first trademark filing for its new ‘HomePod’ back in May in Liechtenstein, a small country that sits between Austria and Switzerland, its first ‘Public’ filing for the speaker was made on June 5th in Canada, the very day that it was announced.

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According to PatentlyApple, the filing not only covers things like audio speakers, audio amplifiers and receivers, but also covers “controlling and monitoring consumer electronics devices, lighting, appliances, thermostats, heating and air conditioning systems, alarm and home security and surveillance systems, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors” and more.

Apple filed HomePod under International Class 09 in Canada as noted in full below:

“Audio speakers; audio amplifiers and receivers; music digital audio players and recorders; sound recording and reproducing apparatus; microphones; voice recording apparatuses, namely, digital voice recorders; voice recording and recognition apparatuses, namely, microphones for receiving voice data; radios, radio transmitters, and radio receivers; wireless communication devices for voice or data transmission; digital audio and digital video players and recorders; wireless communication devices for the transmission of voice, data, images, audio, video, and multimedia content; computer hardware for playing, organizing, downloading, transmitting, manipulating and reviewing audio files and media files; electronic devices capable of providing access to the Internet and for the sending, receiving, and storing of telephone calls, electronic mail, and other digital data; voice-controlled smart audio speakers with virtual personal assistant capabilities; personal digital assistant; electronic voice command and recognition and remote control apparatus and devices for controlling and monitoring consumer electronics devices, lighting, appliances, thermostats, heating and air conditioning systems, alarm and home security and surveillance systems, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, door and window locks and latches, and home automation systems; network communication apparatus; remote controls; accessories for smart audio speakers.”

As usual Apple filed HomePod under the stylized version and another in block letters or caps.

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  • Amelia

    The headline is so confusingly complicated that I had to re-read it a few times to understand what it’s trying to convey.

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