The company even started a new hashtag on Twitter, #iLost, making fun of the issues plaguing the new app.
Check the Tweet here and the ad after the jump:
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 22 Sep 2012 12:41
22.9.2012 20:00 #1
I hope "i" isn't trademarked.
23.9.2012 01:10 #2
Originally posted by Azuran: I hope "i" isn't trademarked. Whether it is or isn't, Apple's still going to sue over this, lol.
23.9.2012 01:52 #3
Originally posted by budro: Originally posted by Azuran: I hope "i" isn't trademarked. Whether it is or isn't, Apple's still going to sue over this, lol. It was used by someone else first...so I'm guessing Apple will trademark it and then sue Motorola, as well as anyone with an "i" anywhere in their name, address, company name, product name, etc...
23.9.2012 08:13 #4
Apple sues US Government for its adoption of the languages English and Spanish in 99% of its published material. These languages are in violation of Apple's trademark on "i". A symbol designated by a short vertical line with a solid circle above it.
23.9.2012 13:50 #5
I don't think i is trademarked. There is a very popular low cost range of computer products selling in India for more than 15 years going by the brand name of "iBall".
2.10.2012 00:29 #6