« Apple Granted 33 Patents Today Covering Gesture Movies with Virtual Gesture Control Ring, Multi-Touch, a Macroscalar Processor, Credential Security and Much More | Main | Businessweek thinks that Apple's up to something Big & Britain's Privacy Regulator is Launching an Investigation into Google »

April 02, 2013

Comments

In the future you would see a lot of people wearing a hearing aid thing due to high volume of headphones, because people are less aware how high the volume hey listen their music in crowdy and trafficked places.
Future article: ''From EarPods to HearPod''

Why have they waited so long to sue? If it's infringing and hurting their precious brand name, they shouldn't have dragged their feet this long. Then again, if they're just being bottom-feeding trash fish, it makes more sense.

Apple should counter sue for infringement on iPod and stop this silliness!

Your right... This is the first time I've heard of them.

Whatever, they just want to get exposure - for which they seem to be getting. So smart but lame

The comments to this entry are closed.

Follow PatentlyApple on Twitter