The Swiss Federal Railway service, or SBB, said today that it has reached a licensing agreement with Apple that allows the electronics giant to use its clock on devices like the
An SBB spokesperson tells CNET that the amount of the licensing fee and other agreement details will remain confidential.
We've reached out to Apple and will update if we get a comment or any more information.
Apple last monthSBB's iconic clock for the latest iteration of its mobile operating system. The clock was created in 1944 by then-SBB employee Hans Hilfiker. It's used throughout the railway system and is also licensed to Mondaine, a Swiss watch maker.
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