Apple files lawsuit against ‘Mac cloner’ Psystar

“It seems that Apple has grown tired of Apple-clone Psystar and has filed suit against the Florida company at the federal district court for the northern district of California,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes reports for ZDNet.

“Apple, Inc., manufacturer of the well known line of computers and software, filed suit on July 3 in the federal district court for the northern district of California against Florida company Psystar, Inc. The suit alleges counts for violation of its shrink wrap license, trademark and copyright infringement,” Kingsley-Hughes reports.

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jimbo von Winskinheimer” for the heads up.]

Gee, wonder who’s gonna win this one?

97 Comments

  1. Conversation at Apple HQ:

    “Let’s see, how do we want to royally screw these scoundrels?”

    “Software Update?”
    “Lawsuit?”

    “Software Update?”
    “Lawsuit?”

    “Software Update?”
    “Lawsuit?”

    “[Sigh] Life is full of hard decisions.”

  2. Florida company Psystar, Inc. has just filed for a legal name change this morning in federal district court to “Scorched Hole In The Ground” because, “It just made more sense.” Apple attorneys were reportedly seen leaving today in a corporate jet from a Cupertino airfield headed to 10475 NW 28th St., Doral, Florida with 200 lb. bags of salt each.

  3. Apple probably was waiting for Psystar to put the noose around their own necks.

    Psystar issuing software updates and an XServe rip-off ought to give Apple plenty of ammo to shoot ’em down.

    How’s that for mixed metaphors!

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