Apple now seeks trademark for iWatch in Mexico
Apple's application with Mexico's Institute of Industrial Property was leaked and revealed the word iWatch in big block letters. The Mexican filing uses Apple's 1 Infinite Loop address in Cupertino, California but was officially submitted by Maria Teresa Eljure Tellez. Ms. Tellez happens to be the Head of the Trademark department at Mexico-based law firm Arochi, Marroquín, & Linder, S.C. Apple has used this firm in Mexico before for other trademarks filed in the country, including the one for the Apple iPad.
The filings for the other countries don't reveal anything new about the Apple iWatch with the question right now whether we will see the device come to market in 2013 or 2014. An Apple iWatch is expected to allow the user to read and write texts and emails, navigate, and receive notifications about calls and other messages.
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Apple files for iWatch trademark in Mexico
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1. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 2992; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
Maybe they're afraid someone, somewhere might have already come up with the name 'iWatch' just like it happened with 'iPhone' and trademark it before people get to say 'aha!'.
2. james004 (Posts: 471; Member since: 15 May 2013)
who ever wants to make a living, apply for iwatch trademark in your country before apple.
you are set for life. sue the f**k out of apple or make them pay loyalty cost.
3. frydaexiii (Posts: 1176; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
Soon they'll just patent every word in the dictionary with an added "i" infront, you know, just to "be safe" in case someone uses it "first".
8. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6122; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
they might as well patent the hole dictionary
7. PAPINYC (Posts: 2178; Member since: 30 Jul 2011)
Makes no sense, most of the populace can't pronounce iWatch; they should consider iReloj.