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Apple looks for apples in every logo they view?

Apples 'aint apples
By: Steve Dougherty | Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Oct 5, 2009 1:00 pm

We sure know Apple don't like their feet being trodden on and they'll go to any measure to ensure their image maintains its separative values. This of course goes right down to their logo.


They've had stern words with companies in the past who have dared try anything similar using the fruit we all know and love and now they're shaking the finger at Australian based company Woolworths for their latest design.




"While we can't rule anything out, we haven't got any plans (when it comes to computers and gadgetry) at the moment." But is their logo an apple, or does it even look like one? The Australian-based Woolworths claims that their logo is simply a stylized "W" paired with an "abstract leaf symbol". One could, however, also say that it's a stylized person with outstretched arms, or an "apple being peeled".



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