Cartier Sues Apple Over Fake Watch iPhone Apps, Apple Backs Down
Oddly enough, Cartier didn't sue Digitopolis, but rather, Apple, for allowing the applications into its marketplace. The jewelry maker withdrew its suit after Apple yanked the offending titles Friday afternoon, stating that Cartier's "concerns had been addressed."
Of course, Cartier might do better to spend its time battling guys selling cheap knockoffs on Canal Street, rather than suing Apple over poor renderings on an iPhone. Just a thought. [From: TUAW]