Well thanks Bob, but it's actually an innovation of the iPhone.
Wow Josh, what a cool invention you made.
An invention is something you make from scratch using your own ideas while a innovation is an already existing product that you make improvements to.
Well what is the difference?
You clearly didn't study for tomorrows test did you? Anyways, most inventors get patents for their inventions. By doing this, no one else is allowed to use their idea as their own.
So how would you make sure no one steals your inventions.
A copyright is a exclusive legal right given to the originator to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same
Hey Josh, do you know what is going to be on Mr. Pinto's test tomorrow?
Well apart from what I told you today, you need to know what a copyright and a trademark is.
The difference is that they both protect different assets of a company, a copyright would protect the artistic side of a company such as videos, books etc while a trademark protects things that define a company such as logo, slogan etc.
A trademark is a symbol, word, or words legally in which are registered or established by use as representing the company.
Wait, so what is the difference between copyright and trademark?