In August last year, the routine story of a trademark opposition captured the world’s imagination, when Apple declared that Super Healthy Kids (yes, that’s the real name of a company) should not be allowed to label the trademark pearl logo because it could “lead to dilution of distinctive ”to Apple’s own famous fruit-shaped intellectual property.
Six months later, the case is now settled, and it seems that Apple did not have a pear-shaped problem after all – because Super Healthy Kids has agreed to change the shape of blade on top of the bulb, and Apple agrees that it̵
Apple has already agreed to the settlement, according to documents filed in the USPTO.
“Prepear is pleased to announce that they have resolved their trademark issue with Apple amicably,” said the company’s co-founder, Russ Monson The Vergeand adds that it plans to change the app logo in the coming weeks. The app’s website already contains the new magazine.
Monsons “Save the Pear from Apple!” petition on Change.org settled with getting 269650 signatures.