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Ronald J Moller, Jonathan P Ive: Enclosure for electronic apparatus having a cover catch member engageable with two different housing catch members. Apple Computer, Hickman Beyer & Weaver, September 10, 1996: US05555157 (141 worldwide citation)

An enclosure for an electrical apparatus includes a housing having top and bottom surfaces and a plurality of side surfaces, and an electrical apparatus, such as a pen-based computer, disposed within the housing such that the housing and the apparatus present a user interface region proximate to the ...


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Ronald J Moller, Jonathan P Ive: Extendible stylus. Apple Computer, Beyer & Weaver, March 30, 1999: US05889512 (45 worldwide citation)

An extendible stylus includes a body and an extension telescopically engaged with the body. The stylus may be extended to an open position and collapsed to a closed position, where opposite ends of the stylus are farther apart in the open position. A first, internal detent mechanism of the stylus re ...


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Jonathan Ive, Ronald J Moller: Methods and apparatus for organizing the electric cables of peripheral equipment attached to a computer housing. Apple Computer, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, September 22, 1998: US05810461 (38 worldwide citation)

A personal computer includes an outer wall having plug receptacles adapted to receive the plug-in cables of peripheral equipment such as keyboards, modems, printers, etc. The outer wall carries a comb element which forms a row of slots into which respective cables can be inserted. The slots serve to ...


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John E Johnston, Christopher J Raymond, William V Oxford, Ronald J Moller: Removable storage media stop/eject system for personal computers. Apple Computer, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, November 3, 1998: US05831613 (28 worldwide citation)

Manual actuation of a stop/eject button on a computer causes a signal to be sent to both the computer's operating system and to a wireless communication controller. The operating system interprets this signal in a manner analogous to a conventional signal to open the drawer, or door, of a compact di ...


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Peter H Mahowald, Ronald J Moller, M Evans Hankey, Bart K Andre, Rafael Dionello: Enhancing keycap legend visibility with optical components. Apple, November 17, 2015: US09189078

Techniques and apparatus to provide improved visibility to user input devices, such as keys, are disclosed. In low light conditions, key legends can be difficult to distinguish. For example, often keys have legends on them to visually distinguish them from one another, but in low light conditions it ...


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Peter H Mahowald, Ronald J Moller, M Evans Hankey, Bart K Andre, Rafael Dionello: Enhancing keycap legend visibility with optical components. June 21, 2012: US20120154289-A1

Techniques and apparatus to provide improved visibility to user input devices, such as keys, are disclosed. In low light conditions, key legends can be difficult to distinguish. For example, often keys have legends on them to visually distinguish them from one another, but in low light conditions it ...