Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs, who died in October, continues to be listed as an inventor on newly issued patents, according to the database of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The most recent Jobs patent is D662,935, which covers the design for a keyboard.
That patent was issued July 3.
Jobs is a named inventor on 42 U.S. patents issued since he died Oct. 5 of pancreatic cancer.
A total of 359 issued patents name him as an inventor.
The patents are assigned to Cupertino, California-based Apple (Nasdaq: APPL)