Trademark News & Screw-ups App developer who’s been using Animoji name since 2014 sues Apple for trademark infringement

Ouch, that's embarrassing. And the most embarrassing part is that Apple first tried to get a license to use the name and—after getting a no as the answer—still went ahead and used the brand of one of its own AppStore developers. What's fascinating is that they failed to quietly make the problem go away. Would be fascinating to read Apple's response. We'll see where it goes...

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