CNCNews reports a trademark dispute over the iPhone name may further delay Apple's iPhone in Canada.

Comwave, which markets a collection of voice-over-internet services and products under the name iPhone, has filed its opposition with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, or CIPO, to Apple's trademark application for the proposed use of a handheld and mobile device called the iPhone in Canada.

Comwave is quoted as saying that "co-existence is not possible" which is how Apple and Cisco settled their conflicting trademark claims in the U.S.

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