Apple hid the ‘Dynamic Island’ in Jamaica

Apple hid its iPhone 14 Pro “Dynamic Island” in Jamaica by registering the term there on July 12th. This has not been discovered because it is only possible to search for trademarks registered in Jamaica by physically going to the country’s trademark and patent office.

Apple’s “Dynamic Island” morph is featured on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max

Mark Gurman via Twitter:

Apple registered the “Dynamic Island” trademark in Jamaica on July 12. This was not discovered for a fascinating reason: you can only search Jamaica registered trademarks by physically going to the country’s trademark and patent office …

Apple has now registered the trademark in New Zealand, which is searchable online, and the trademark application reveals that Apple booked the name first in Jamaica in July.

MacDailyNews takes: Seriously, what is a better place to hide a dynamic island than in Jamaica?

On that note: interns, TTK. (And bring us a box of Red Stripe while you’re at it!)

A toast to the extraordinary life of Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III, the new King of Jamaica.

Hi everyone! ???

Help us support MacDailyNews. Click or tap here to support ours independent technology blog. Thank you!

Buy the Apple Store on Amazon.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *