Trademark News & Screw-ups Indian court orders Apple to stop using 'Split View' name in trademark case

Interestingly, someone (not Apple) tried to trademark SPLITVIEW in the U.S., and a letter of protest was issued stating that that the mark is potentially merely descriptive. So apparently, Apple didn't view SPLITVIEW as its trademark in the U.S. because they realized that the name is descriptive. I'm assuming that would be their position on the appeal in India. Would be interesting to see the final outcome.

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