Last Tuesday, The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) upheld a decision to deny Apple’s trademark application to register its music feature mark that’s used on iPhones and other Apple products. The reason? The mark was confusingly similar to another mark that’s now owned by MySpace. Both marks consist of two musical eighth notes on an orange background. MySpace’s mark was originally issued to iLike, a music service that let users download and share music with each other. However, MySpace bought iLike in 2009, and closed it down a few years later.