The European Trademark and Design Office has granted Apple two major requests, which cover the names MacBook Pro and Cinema Display. Along with them, the industrial design projects of the respective products were also registered, valid for five years.
The “MacBook Pro” trademark was registered with 30 different designs, covering in detail its aluminum monobloc construction (unibody) and its trackpad with functions multi-touch. The “Cinema Display” brand was registered with 9 other designs, basically covering the LED model, introduced in October last year.
All projects are credited to the same team of 15 members, which include the names of Apple CEO Steve Jobs and his senior vice president of product design, Jonathan Ive.