After weeks of negotiations over who could use the “iPhone” trademark, Apple and Cisco have agreed to share it.
Cisco gave up its claim to exclusive use of the name, but in return won commitment from Apple to allow Cisco to work with it on future products. We “will explore opportunities for interoperability in the areas of security, and consumer and enterprise communications,” the joint release said. The companies didn’t provide any other details.
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