Let's say I developed a program for iPhone (which I sort of did) and want to advertise it through AdWords. Currently, Google lets you use the term "iPhone" in the keyword list, but doesn't allow using it in the ad body. The ad is pretty innocent:
Sci calculator for iPhone
High precision scientific calculator
for iPhone. Free trial.
Google automatically warns me that I cannot use the term "iPhone" in the ad, because it is trademarked. Now, that's certainly wrong, because one can freely use a trademarked term when describing product compatibility. There is a checkbox saying I can send the ad for review by the Google staff, but whenever I click it, the ad eventually returns as "disapproved".
What are the ways around it? How to contact someone sane enough in Google to review the ad? I also heard that it's possible to obtain permission from Apple to use the term "iPhone" for ads (some restrictions would apply). Being a registered iPhone developer this might not be a problem. But then again, where do I submit the permission in Google?