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Friday, July 6

Apple to Sue Catholic Church Over Slide to Unlock


Apple has sued the Catholic church to block use of its door unlocking system. According to Apple, many of the doors used by the church use slide to unlock technology, which is patented by the company in their iPod, iPhone, and iPad systems. This is a similar case to Google's Android law suit.



According to the complaint, which was filed in a California court earlier today, nobody is allowed to use a sliding motion in the unlocking process of anything - which is very different from a slide to lock use case. Other old style churches are said to be at risk of being sued. This is good news to modern door makers, since it is expected that close to a hundred million doors be replaced within the next 6 months due to Apple's aggressive slide to unlock patent protection.

Thursday, July 5

Apple to Sue San Diego Zoo over a Lion


Apple to Sue San Diego Zoo over a lion



Apple has sued the San Diego Zoo to block use of its lion. According to Apple, the animal owned by the zoo looks too much like the lion used by the company in pictures used to promote  its new operating system.


According to the complaint, which was filed in a California court earlier today, people were having a hard time telling the two lions apart. A deal might be reached between the two parties involved, provided that, along with a fine of $32,000,000,000 (32 billion U.S. dollars), the zoo shaves the feline's mane.

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Apple to Sue United States over July 4th Fireworks

Apple to Sue United States over July 4th Fireworks


Apple has sued the United States of America to block fireworks in the country. According to Apple, some colors put out by fireworks during last night's celebrations were patented by them just prior to the launch of the iPad. 

According to the complaint, which was filed in a California court earlier today, vivid, bright, and happy colors can only be displayed on the iPad. Apple is also waiting for other countries to use fireworks during moments of celebration to file formal complaints at an international level. It is expected that January 1st, 2013 will be a profitable day for the company, given the number of fireworks users across the planet.

A formal licensing deal is in the works that would allow fireworks makers to continue to sell their products, but this time in the form of an iPad app. Apple says that allowing just any app developer to make a fireworks apps is now against the policy that governs the app store.

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