Chinese Official Says Proview Owns iPad Trademark

Chinese Official Says Proview Owns iPad Trademark

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NoGoodNick - April 24, 2012 at 8:05pm
That's the reason the iPad 3 was officially named "The New iPad" (on a temporary label on the box that can easily be yanked). I suspect Apple would be more likely to pull the iPad from the Chinese market than it would be to change the name of it's biggest seller across the rest of the world. The jobs will stay, but the product might not. It's unfortunate that Provue had previously claimed the name, but they really don't have much of a financial leg to stand on, and this battle over their name is their ownly hope to remaining financially solvent (they're hoping a huge settlement will allow them to revise their business).
Bill Gates - April 26, 2012 at 1:13pm
What would you do? Pull the product from sale because your upset you can't call it iPad. Or rename the product and still sell billions and make loads of money? No brainier really.