Written by Glen Jacobs

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

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Potato - soon to be rebranded

Apple says apple farmers are breaching copyright laws by producing a fruit named after their company and plans to sue if farmers don't rename the fruit.

Apple CEO Tim Crook who declined an interview is said to be even more upset at farmers after it emerged that copyright laws may also have been broken on their new iPotato which will be available in the UK next year,
The iSweetcorn which has already been scrapped by Apple after poor sales is a huge relief to farmers who say they couldn't think of another name for it.

The case is due in court later this year.

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