Georgette LLC was complained by Apple for representing the bottled water maker brand with the apple logo. Apple wants the logo changed as soon as possible.
Everyone knows how strict and aggressive Apple is when it comes to protecting brand logos. In the past years, he even sued a pear-shaped logo on the grounds that it reminded him of his own apple logo. Now it’s time for a bottle of water producer.
Georgette LLC also got its share
Apple complained two years ago that the logo of the Norwegian Process Party was too similar to its own, and the party logo was changed. Last year, Prepear complained to the company that the pear logo was very similar to its own logo, and the logo was changed again.
This time Apple complained about the bottled water maker named Georgette LLC. Stating that the apple logo on the bottles is very similar to its logo and causes confusion in the minds of the consumer, Apple again demands change.
It is possible to say that the logos of both Georgette LLC and the Norwegian Process Party resembled an apple, but the pear logo did not seem to have much to do. Still, Apple was very uncomfortable with the design and outlines. In general, we can say that Apple’s logo complaints have yielded results.