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Here’s even more proof that an iWatch is coming


Apple has been further extending its company trademark to cover the “jewelry and watches” category in many countries it operates in, MacRumors reports, in addition to registering “iWatch” trademarks on some markets. Apple has added protection for Class 14 devices, which covers precious metals, stones and products made of those metals, including watches. Class 14 is one of the 45 different categories for goods when it comes to trademark protection. Apple has been spotted adding Class 14 protection in Ecuador in late December, in Mexico in early January, in Norway in mid-February and in March in the U.K. However, a Class 14 trademark protection filing is yet to be filed in the U.S., as well as in many other markets where

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