Picture of the day: iPhone gas stove

February 24, 2012Jing Gao3 Comments, , , , , , , ,

Apple is knee-deep in a trademark dispute with a Chinese company, which claimed the right to use the name “iPad”, and sued the electronics giant in both Chinese and U.S. federal courts for trademark infringement. Chinese authorities confiscated thousands of iPads from racks amidst the legal battle. The court rulling is still up in the air, when an insane misappropriation of Apple’s name and likeness surfaced, showing the complexities and confusion surrounding the Chinese trademark law, and just how priceless and delicious this “apple” is.

In Wuhan, law enforcement seized a large quantity of shoddily made single-burner gas stoves that are branded “iPhone” and carry tags that say “Quality Certification by Apple China.”

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3 comments to “Picture of the day: iPhone gas stove”

  1. Guy In China | February 25, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Haha. That’s why I’ll never buy an iPhone in China. It seems that even “certificates of authenticity” are useless.

  2. Gary | February 25, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Why would the producer think any consumer would think hot plates are made by a computer/phone company?

  3. google | May 13, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    When some one searches for his necessary thing, therefore he/she needs to be
    available that in detail, therefore that thing is maintained over here.

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