Apple Gets Sued for Violating on Animoji Trademark

Apple has to face a lawsuit for violating on an already existing — Animoji trademark. Yesterday, the lawsuit was filed by the law firm Susman Godfrey LLP. This was on behalf of Enrique Bonansea, the owner of Emonster k. k.

Now, the name Animoji is chosen by Apple for 3D animated emoji characters — to be made available on iPhone X. And, back in 2014, as per his claim, Bonansea selected the same name. That’s not all, as he even registered it with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the next year.

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