Filed on September 20, the application was lodged by the Californian headquarters of Apple Inc and an Australian legal representative, Baker & McKenzie.
It covers a huge list of computing and electronic devices across Class 9 – from ‘mobile phones’ and ‘tablets’ to ‘dog whistles’ and ‘electrically heated socks’ (seriously). You can view the whole list here.
Apple has been criticised in the past for not allowing a ‘guest mode’ on its devices.
The tech giant also lodged a trade mark for the term in Europe last week, covering the same classes.
The trade mark application is at the status of ‘Taken For Examination’.
Click to view a screenshot of Apple’s ‘Guest Mode’ trade mark application.