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  • Apple is reportedly attempting to gain IP rights to images of apples in Switzerland.
  • This could result in a 111-year-old fruit company being forced to change its logo.

Apple is no stranger to fruit-based litigation, but it seems like the company’s latest venture might be the strangest one yet. The iPhone maker is currently attempting to gain intellectual property rights to images of actual apples in Switzerland, Wired UK reports.

If Apple is successful with its bid, this could result in Fruit Union Suisse, a 111-year-old company, being forced to change its logo (seen below).