Today the United States American Patent and Trademark Office has officially announced that it has granted the patent right of Unibody Carabiner-Type AirTag Carrier to Apple.
Recall that the American tech giant had earlier applied to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the patent right for the carabiner-type AirTag carrier, and, more particularly, to an AirTag carrier with unibody construction.
The patent rights granted to Apple cover a carabiner-style carrier with a rigid frame and a moveable gate that interlock to form a loop shape that constantly encloses an interior region in the closed mode.
It would be beneficial to create a carrier with the capacity to securely hold a device while also allowing the carrier to be readily attached to other items. Keyrings, garment loops, and other devices that firmly retain any device supported by the carrier are examples of such accessories.
The carrier is advantageous to be provided in a wear-resistant form, because an item supported by the carrier may be used frequently, the carrier’s construction can be designed to resist wear during vigorous use and transportation.
The carrier can also feature a design that allows for easy attachment, detachment, and/or exchange of carried and/or connected things, allowing the user to attach, detach, and/or interchange items without harming the carrier.
It may also be useful to supply the carrier in a visually appealing form. While certain carriers, such as carabiners, are built to last, they frequently have bulky metal components, hinges, and other constructed pieces that might be unsightly.
And finally, the device carriers can allow a user to quickly attach, detach, and swap a device with other items and/or with a user for convenient access. The structure can be made up of both stiff and flexible pieces that are joined together to provide for easy operation and wear resistance. The structure can also give off an exquisite impression.