Cisco has given Apple more time to respond to its trademark infringement lawsuit over the use of the name iPhone, extending its deadline to Wednesday. 

Cisco has had the trademark for iPhone since 2000 when it acquired InfoGear Technology and its Linksys division has been selling wireless products using the name since early last year.
In a statement late last week, Cisco said: "Cisco has agreed to give Apple an extension until Wednesday, February 21. Cisco is fully committed to using the extra time to reach a mutually beneficial resolution."
This is the second extension the two companies have agreed on.