Apple sued for copyright encroachment by Chinese attire firm finished the Apple App Store logo
A Chinese dress firm has sued Apple for copyright encroachment of the Apple App Store logo, a court in Beijing said on Tuesday.
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The firm, KON has guaranteed that the Apple App Store logo intently looks like its own, which the organization has been utilizing as a stock trademark since 2011 and enlisted in 2012, as per the Dongcheng District People’s Court in Beijing, which has acknowledged the claim.
KON has requested a remuneration of 100,000 yuan ($15,200), an order against encroaching gadgets, for example, the iPhone and iPad, and an open expression of remorse, reports Xinhua news organization.
The two logos highlight a triangular stick outline. Apple supplanted the old logo, comprising of a pencil, ruler and brush, with the present one on its iOS and MacOS gadgets this year. Kon said that the two logos appear to be identical to the untrained eye of a common client.
Propelled in 2009, KON is a Beijing-based apparel name that objectives youthful clients. The organization said the logo configuration was propelled by artist Johnny Rotten of the British punk band The Sex Pistols.