Apple sending legal threats to ultra-realistic Steve Jobs action figure maker
It didn't take long, but according to The Telegraph, Apple has sicked their lawyers on In Icon, the company behind the life-like Steve Jobs action figure we reported on earlier this week.
This wouldn't be the first time Apple put a stop to unapproved production of related goods. Late last year, M.I.C Gadget in Hong Kong put out a similar molded figurine of Steve Jobs, which was subsequently halted at the behest of Apple.
If you were planning on getting one of these ultra-realistic action figures from In Icon, you better hurry quick before it's no longer available.
Source: The Telegraph
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