Back in August, Apple decided to take legal action against a company called Prepper. Although the company has nothing to do with technology, it did try to inscribe a pear-shaped logo – and of course it annoyed Apple. However, it seems that the two companies are coming to an agreement with that logo
Prepper is a spin-off of the Super Healthy Kids service and it provides healthy recipes and a digital grocery list via a mobile app. The Prepper logo is basically an outline of a pear, which Apple has accused of copying its classic logo, consisting of a “shorter fruit design with a right-angled leaf.”
Apple did not appear to agree to abandon the dispute, but the two companies are now in talks before taking any further legal action. As noted by McArmers, last week’s applications to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Trial and Appeals Committee requested that the trial be adjourned for 30 days.
The parties are actively involved in negotiations to resolve this issue. Apple Inc. Requested that the parties suspend the process for 30 days to allow them to continue their settlement efforts.
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