The trial that started March between Apple Computers and Apple Corps has ended. Read how.
In March, Apple Corps wanted damages and asked that Apple Computer stop using its name and fruit-shaped logo for selling music online.
The High Court in London decided that Apple Computer is not liable for trademark infringement with the use of Apple logo and that iTunes Music Store was not associated with the music it was selling.
The whole trial was about Apple Corps saying that downloading music is the same as buying it in a store, while Apple Computers responded that Music Store is only a meaning of transmitting data between users.
If in March the experts, as did we, though that both companies will settle like in 1991, when Apple Computer paid some millions to Apple Corps and ended the trial.
This year the trial was in favor of Mac makers. But who says that things will end here?