Apple shells out many millions of dollars to license the iconic Swiss clock-face design it apparently adapted for use in iOS 6, says a news agency report.
The iPad maker could be in hot water for reportedly using a trademarked design it does not own the rights to as part of its iOS 6 clock app.
The electronics giant was accused of ripping off a Swiss rail provider's design for the timekeeper in iOS 6.
An Agence France-Presse wire report notes that the Swiss railway SBB, which has accused Apple of ripping off a decades-old clock design used in its stations, doesn't intend to 'upset' Apple by asking for money.
Apple has agreed to pay a Swiss company for the right to use its clock design in iOS 6.
Apple has been accused of copying a famous clock design for the time teller in its latest mobile OS.
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