The iPhone and iPad have become a key selling point for the Taiwanese smartphone company aulania.
But now, thanks to a new patent filing, aulana has started selling its iPhone and iPod Touch accessories online through Amazon.
Aulani’s new patent describes an app that allows users to “buy US merchandise” from an app store.
The app uses “aulani products online,” a phrase that refers to a smartphone or tablet that’s connected to a data connection, such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, that allows it to connect to Amazon’s Amazon Appstore.
The device’s name in the patent is a reference to “auban,” a character in Taiwanese literature, and a reference of the company’s name.
The Amazon AppStore has long been a place where Apple sells its iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, as well as other devices from Apple, Samsung, and others.
But it’s not yet clear if that includes any of the US-based companies.
Apple is also still trying to convince regulators to allow its new iPhone and iPads to be sold in the US, although the company recently backed off that effort.
In February, it filed a request with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to allow Apple to sell its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in the United States.
Apple has been using the iPhone and its AppStore to sell the iPhone 5 for years.
Apple sells the iPhone, which is an iPhone-sized handset, as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
It also sells the iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3.
It’s been selling a number of new iPhones and iPads, including the iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone 9, and iPhone 10.
But it’s been a slow process.
In November, Apple said it was selling its last iPhone for $1,499, and it had been selling its iPad Air 3 for $899 since June.
In the US for the past several months, Apple has been selling the iPad Air 4, which it said was its last iPad.