The iPhone maker secured the rights to the design after another company - Apple Box Productions Sub Inc - was unsuccessful in its legal bid against the acquisition.
Canada's IP Office handed Apple the registered trademark yesterday (October 24), one year after it filed for it, according to Patently Apple.
Apple resolved its differences with Apple Corps back in 2007, reaching a legal agreement that entitled the electronics giant the rights to all trademarks and logos related to the name 'Apple' providing they licensed them to the music company.
The Beatles' music was unavailable on Apple's iTunes until November 2010 due to the ongoing dispute between the two parties.
More than 450,000 of the Liverpudlian band's albums and 2 million songs were sold through the service in their first week.