Lawsuits and iGasms, the stuff dreams are made of. As you’re probably aware, Apple likes to sue anybody with an “I” in front of their product’s name and Ann Summers is no exception. The British sex shop chain is hawking something called the iGasm, a device that plugs into an iPod and vibrates in sync with the beat of whatever music is playing. You can probably guess what it’s used for. Apple doesn’t like this, but it really doesn’t like the ads used to promote awareness of the product. Apple says the ads are a blatant rip off of its own silhouette ads. If we remember our history, Apple invented the silhouette a few years and has claimed complete ownership of it ever since.
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