In this image provided by Gradient S.A., is seen the company's smartphone with the iPhone brand. A Brazilian consumer electronics manufacturer has begun selling smartphones with the iPhone brand, a trademark it has the right to use in Latin America's biggest country. Gradiente SA says in a statement that in 2008 the government gave it the right to use the brand on its cellphones and the "exclusive rights to produce and sell them in Brazil." AP Photo/Gradient S.A.

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