Apple is no stranger to lawsuits. The company is once again being dragged to court because of the logo App Store.
According to the source, Apple was sued over the updated logo App Store used in iOS and macOS. Kon was founded in 2009 and its clothing was based on the Sex Pistols' song Anarchy In The UK. The company's logo, pictured below, is a skeletal bone symbolizing power over death.
The similarities between the two logos are obvious. Both are composed of three straight lines intersecting in the shape of the letter 'A'. In the Kon logo, the ends of the lines are straight and sharp, and in the logo App Store they are rounded. There is also a difference in the stripes on the left. For Kon, it breaks at the top, and for Apple it breaks at the bottom.
Kon claims that it has the rights to its logo in China and is seeking damages and a public apology from Apple.
The court accepted the case and will continue to develop it. The meeting could take place in a few weeks.