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Apple settled the issue of Brazilian iPhone
Apple settled the issue of Brazilian iPhone March 11, 2013
Apple and the IGB Eletronica progress in addressing issues related to the use of the trademark iPhone in Brazil . IGB telecommunications company owned firm Gradiente, which in March 2000 asked the Brazilian Institute of Intellectual Property (INPI) exclusive rights to iPhone.
For this reason, Apple has not yet released to the Brazilian market a single mobile phone can not be said about the company IGB, which has in its lineup Android-controlled G-Gradiente iPhone.
It seems, Apple has finally decided to set the record straight «i». According to Brazil’s largest daily newspaper Folha de São Paulo, the two companies have agreed to close the case against iPhone, signed the so-called “peace agreement.” In the past, such an agreement cost the American company in the amount of over $ 60 million .
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Tags: Apple , Gradiente , iPhone , Brazil
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