Apple apply for "iTunes Live" trademark for 'iPod, iPad, and iPhone'

Apple has been filing quite a number of trademarks applications lately, and the most recent applications filed by Apple trademark correspondent Lisa G. Widup for iTunes Live, which could indicate that the Cupertino company is about to ramp up its featured live music sessions offering on iTunes, mainly live performances pre-recorded at special concerts at […]

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Apple has been filing quite a number of trademarks applications lately, and the most recent applications filed by Apple trademark correspondent Lisa G. Widup for iTunes Live, which could indicate that the Cupertino company is about to ramp up its featured live music sessions offering on iTunes, mainly live performances pre-recorded at special concerts at Apple Stores around the world (so far there have been in-store gigs in London, Montreal, New York, Tokyo, Sydney and Munich). The mark consists of the stylized words “iTunes Live” and was filed under two separate classes: » Online retail store services in the field of entertainment featuring prerecorded musical, audio and audiovisual content » Entertainment services, namely, arranging and conducting of concerts and live musical performances, and three categories: iTunes Live made for ‘iPod & iPhone’; ‘iPad & iPhone’; ‘iPod + iPhone + iPad’.

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