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Court in India rules Apple cannot use ‘Split View’ term due to trademark violation

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Court in India rules Apple cannot use ‘Split View’ term due to trademark violation

Apple's use of the term "Cut up View", a function incorporated in iOS 9, is being contested in the felony device in India. The Delhi Top Court dominated this week that Apple can now not use "Cut up View" to describe a function in any of its merchandise.

The India Times (by means of AppleInsider) studies that the case facilities on a prior use of the term by way of Delhi-based device corporate Vyooh, which claimed the trademark on "SplitView" (one phrase) 10 years in the past:

Splitsview has been a well-liked tool that permits customers to concurrently paintings on more than one home windows at the consumer's unmarried visual display unit. Apple has just lately presented an similar function with even the similar identify, however has tweaked the consumer interface, the corporate claimed. Vyooh LLP and its promoter Rohit Singh had approached the courtroom, alleging that they have got evolved the tool programme which bought beneath the trademark 'SplitView'.

Apple has appealed the courtroom's determination and may have to factor an authentic answer via Would possibly 9.

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