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Apple fights back after iPhone trademark defeat


Apple fights back after iPhone trademark defeat

Apple's iPhone 5

Apple has filed cancellation proceedings against Brazilian company Gradiente Eletronica’s ‘iphone’ trademark after its own application for exclusive use of the ‘iPhone’ mark was refused by Brazil’s industrial property office (INPI).

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