“On May 5, 2010 Apple filed for a logo titled ‘Made for iPhone’ which contained a small image of an iPhone graphic along with the verbiage ‘Made for iPhone,'” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple.

“Little did we know that shortly after Apple’s filing, Samsung and Acer formally filed an application of opposition to the Canadian IP Office,” Purcher reports. “According to an updated document found in the Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Samsung and Acer initially filed their official opposition to the iPhone logo October 2011. Part 2 of that document clearly shows that the Canadian IP Office granted an extension of time to both Samsung and Acer to formally make their case earlier this month.

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MacDailyNews Take: Samsung’s assholery knows no bounds.