Apple gets license on Swiss railway clock for the iPad



Apple has reached an agreement with the Swiss railway SBB service. They are licensed close to the famous railway clock to use the clock application on the iPad. Since iOS 6 is a clock application available on the iPad, but soon sounded sounds that Apple is really into the design of the railway clock had looked. There was even talk about plagiarism.

A spokesman for SBB indicated that they wanted to conduct friendly conversations with Apple to create a compensation to come. Meanwhile, the parties agreed, according to a press release. Apple now pay license fees to the clock on their labels. Unfortunately there is not much said Apple should pay.
The clock was originally designed by the Swiss Hans Hilfiker in 1944 and is designed to be simply learn. Outstanding characteristic is the purple 2nd hand ball within the type of a railway cease signal.

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