“The Little App Factory seems to have a big problem on their hands. The company received a letter from Baker & McKenzie, representing Apple, asking that The Little App Factory change the name of one of their most successful applications. Why? It has the word iPod in it,” Daniel Brusilovsky reports for CrunchGear.
“iRip (formally known as iPodRip) was originally written in 2003 at the MacHack developer conference,” Brusilovsky reports. “Basically, iRip lets your copy and transfer your songs from iPod and iPhone to your computer.”
The Little App Factory CEO John Devor emailed Steve Jobs regarding the issue. Amazingly, Jobs replied:”
Change your app’s name. Not that big of a deal.
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Full article here.