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IT’S OFFICIAL! TAG-ULAN SEASON NA! Inanunsyo na ng Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAG-ASA) ang opisyal na pagsimula ng tag-ulan sa bansa, kaya naman ihanda na ang payong at kapote upang makaiwas sa malakas na ulan.

Ihanda na rin ang Emergency Phone ng MyPhone, ang my112i at ang myW1 dahil ‘di alintana ang sakuna basta MyPhone ang kasangga!

Bida ngayong tag-ulan ang my112i dahil bukod sa ito ay waterproof, may powerbank function din ito na makatutulong sa panahong magkulang ang supply ng kuryente. May SOS Button ito na maaaring pindutin sa oras na nasa isang mapanganib na lugar o sitwasyon. Other features include: Camera, Flashlight, FM Radio, 2.4” Display, Dual SIM.



Bukod sa my112i, bibida rin ang myW1 dahil ito ang Emergency Phone ng MyPhone na may Walkie-Talkie feature for FASTER and CLEARER communication. Maaari rin itong gamitin bilang powerbank dahil sa outstanding battery capacity nito na 6,000mAh (standby 15 days). Katulad ng my112i, may SOS Button din ito na maaaring pindutan upang mag-alarm sa mga oras na ang kaligtasan ay hindi sigurado at ang Big Torch Light na malaking tulong sa paghahanap ng anumang bagay na nawawala. Other features include: Dual SIM, Camera, Wireless FM Radio, 2.31” Screen Display.

You can now buy your own my112i for only P899 (Save P600) and myW1 for only P1,999 at MyPhone kiosks, multi-brands, and concept stores nationwide and via MyPhone Shop at shop.myphone.com.ph. You can also shop via Lazada (www.lazada.com.ph/myphone) and Shopee (www.shopee.ph/myphone.smw).
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In what may be described as a case of David winning over Goliath, technology giant Apple Inc. has lost its trademark battle against local startup Solid Broadband, the company behind the MyPhone line of mobile phones.
In a decision on May 19, the Intellectual and Property Office (IPO) ruled against Apple’s claim that MyPhone, which was first launched in 2007, was a copycat of its iPhone model. This is a case of a giant trying to claim more territory than what it is entitled to, to the great prejudice of a local ‘Pinoy Phone’ merchant who has managed to obtain a significant foothold in the mobile phone market through the marketing and sale of innovative products under a very distinctive trademark,” the decision read. Apple had complained of Solid Broadband’s application for trademark, citing “confusingly similar” resemblance to the iPhone, which it said was “likely to deceive or cause confusion.” But IPO said there was no sufficient proof to conclude that there was a confusing similarity between the two lines: “While the marks are similar with respect to the word (‘phone’), it is not sufficient to conclude that confusion among the consumers is likely to occur. ‘Phone’ is a generic term for mobile phones products.” “The fame and popularity of iPhone in fact makes it improbable for one to confuse MyPhone product as an iPhone,” it added.
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