Apple expands 'Think Different' trademark to cover Apple Watch, Siri, and more
Apple has updated and expanded its "Think Different" trademark in Europe, with the famous slogan now covering an increasing number of products. While it's been a very long time since Apple utilized the phrase in an official capacity, updating its trademark keeps competitors from using it. The trademark now has new international classes, including the Apple Watch, Siri, iPad, and more.
From Patently Apple:
This is Apple's first update of the trademark since 2009, when it added the iPod to its classes.
"Think Different" was first used in 1997, following the return of Apple co-found Steve Jobs to the company. It started with a one-minute ad, which you can see below, narrated by Richard Dreyfuss, though Apple also recorded the same voice-over with Jobs.
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