Apple Could Lose iPhone Trademark In Brazil

Apple has had trouble in the past with some of its trademarks relating to its iOS devices, previously with the iPad trademark in China, and now it would appear that Apple could face similar problems with the iPhone trademark in Brazil.

According to a recent report by Reuters, the iPhone trademark in Brazil is owned by a company called Gradiente Electronica SA, the trademark was registered by the company back in 2000, which is seven years before apple launched the first iPhone.


It would appear that Gradiente Electronica SA are open to discussing the trademark for the iPhone in Brazil with Apple, whether Apple will decide to negotiate with them remains to be seen.

Source App Advice

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