Apple Sues Mac Clone Maker Psystar

Armen Hareyan's picture

Come on, you had to be expecting this. The question wasn't if, but when (and perhaps, what was taking so long). Since Psystar opened up its doors in April we've been waiting for the hammer to fall, and apparently Apple's really big hammer fell on July 3rd, with a lawsuit filed.

You can check the court docket history here (.PDF).

The information was first highlighted by Jorge Espinosa’s blog. He's a lawyer and his firm specializes in:

Trademarks, copyrights, patents and the business of protecting the products of human creativity. Domestic and international litigation and prosecution. Border protection. Internet law.

Figures he'd be interested in this - and that he'd note it.

So, is this the end of Psystar? With Apple's big legal wallets, one would think so.

Source: Reported by Tech Ex

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