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Jeff Hayashida, Cameron Frazier, Emery Sanford: Dock with moveable connector for display device. Apple, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 17, 2012: US08223483 (15 worldwide citation)

Docking stations with a moveable connector that is more durable are provided. For example, when a portable electronic device, coupled with the connector, is pushed forward, the connector is designed to move (e.g. rotate), thereby reducing an impact of strain resulting from such a push. The rotatable ...


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. Design to Manufacturing, Jeffrey Schox, October 5, 2010: US07805850 (2 worldwide citation)

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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Jeff Hayashida, Cameron Frazier, Emery Sanford: Dock with moveable connector for display device. Apple, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 7, 2015: US09075573 (1 worldwide citation)

Docking stations with a moveable connector that is more durable are provided. For example, when a portable electronic device, coupled with the connector, is pushed forward, the connector is designed to move (e.g. rotate), thereby reducing an impact of strain resulting from such a push. The rotatable ...


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Jeff Hayashida, Jonathan Aase: Curved plastic object and systems and methods for deburring the same. Apple, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, April 8, 2014: US08690638

Curved plastic objects and systems and methods for deburring the same are disclosed. The curved plastic object can be the cap or grill of a headphone or earbud.


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. D2M International, Jeffrey Schox, September 11, 2012: US08261459

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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Edward Cooper, Jeff Hayashida, Andrew Butler, David Titzler, Brian Lamb, John Johnston, Christopher Tacklind: Extendable edge reference tool. Schox, January 27, 2011: US20110016735-A1

An extendable edge reference tool is disclosed. A first segment having a extending end and a receptacle end is provided. The receptacle end includes a coupling mechanism for joining a second segment using an over-center locking force to secure said second segment to said first segment. This tool pro ...


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M Evans Hankey, Jeff Hayashida, Jonathan Aase, Rico Zorkendorfer: Ultrasonically welded structures and methods for making the same. Apple, April 12, 2012: US20120087531-A1

Ultrasonically welded structures and methods for manufacturing welded structures are disclosed. The welded structures can be earbuds or headphones.


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Jeff Hayashida, Jonathan Aase: Curved plastic object and systems and methods for deburring the same. Apple, April 12, 2012: US20120088059-A1

Curved plastic objects and systems and methods for deburring the same are disclosed. The curved plastic object can be the cap or grill of a headphone or earbud.


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Jeff Hayashida, Cameron Frazier, Emery Sanford: Dock with moveable connector for display device. Apple, July 7, 2011: US20110164375-A1

Docking stations with a moveable connector that is more durable are provided. For example, when a portable electronic device, coupled with the connector, is pushed forward, the connector is designed to move (e.g. rotate), thereby reducing an impact of strain resulting from such a push. The rotatable ...


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Jeff Hayashida, Cameron Frazier, Emery Sanford: Dock with moveable connector for display device. Apple, October 18, 2012: US20120264329-A1

Docking stations with a moveable connector that is more durable are provided. For example, when a portable electronic device, coupled with the connector, is pushed forward, the connector is designed to move (e.g. rotate), thereby reducing an impact of strain resulting from such a push. The rotatable ...