2016-05-04
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Apple fråntas exklusiv rätt till namnet “iPhone” i Kina

Apple Insider:

On March 31, the Beijing Municipal High People’s Court rejected an Apple appeal of an earlier ruling, according to Quartz. Xintong Tiandi is already selling a number of “IPHONE” products, including purses, passport cases, and most notably phone cases.

The company registered its trademark in China in 2007, the same year as the Apple iPhone launched in the United States. That was, however, still five years after Apple registered the iPhone name in China for computer products, something which formed the basis of a 2012 complaint to the country’s trademark authorities.

Uppenbarligen är det inte helt okomplicerat att göra affärer i Kina, där det verkar vara att okej att kopiera lite vad man vill.



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