Even though Trademork came across an interesting trademark extension filed by Apple that says the company may be planning on releasing a product that could push it into the gaming industry, I just don't think it's even possible.
According to the extension, Apple's trademark extension included, "toys, games, and playthings, namely, handheld units for playing electronic games; handheld units for playing videogames; stand alone videogame machines; electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; LCD game machines; electronic educational game machines; and toys, namely battery-powered computer games."
And while this may look like the company is planning to release some sort of gaming platform, why would it? To be quite honest, I don't see any reason why Apple would even attempt to release a gaming system, even though it has enjoyed some success in the handheld market.
After all, with three companies currently vying for control over a multi-billion dollar industry offering a wide array of features, where does Apple fit into the equation? If you ask me, it doesn't.… Read more