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Recently  the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 58 recently granted patents for Apple Inc that included 48 utility patents and 10 design patents. In this particular report we compactly cover Apple's Fall Discovery patents along with two design patents covering AirPods Max and Apple Watch Series 8. And as always, we wrap up this week's granted patent report with our traditional table of the remaining granted patents that were issued to Apple recently.
Patently Apple first covered Apple's firstFall Discoverypatent back in 2018. recently, Apple was granted a alternate patent related to Fall Discovery officially named" Detecting Falls using a Mobile Device." Apple notes via support page that" If Apple Watch Series 4 detects a hard fall while you are wearing your watch, it vibrates you on the wrist, sounds an alarm, and displays an alert. You can choose to communicate exigency services or dismiss the alert by pressing the Digital Crown, tapping Close in the upper- left corner, or tapping' I am OK.'"

Apple's patentFIG. 1 below illustrates an illustration system# 100 for determining whether a customer has fallen and is in need of backing. The system includes an Apple Watch(# 102), a garçon computer system(# 104) that communicates with a variety of bias(# 106) and a network(# 108);FIG. 9 is a illustration of an illustration decision tree for determining that either a customer has fallen and may be in need of backing, or a customer has either not fallen or has fallen but isn't in need of backing.