The Mexico City-based iFone expects compensation from Apple for the use of its brand name? Really? Can't we all just get along, por favor?
When I read the headline "Apple Loses Appeal in iPhone Naming Rights Case in Mexico," I got interested for various reasons.
The most logical and evident is my interest in Apple's iProducts. The second one, related to the first: The eternal court disputes the Cupertino-based manufacturer is frequently involved in several parts of the world due to patent lawsuits; or as we will see here, other issues that for one reason or another provide lawyers with fat checks, and mainstream media with juicy stories. And well, we rarely hear of Apple cases in Mexico.
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