Previewed at WWDC, launching in the fall.
Apple vs. Apple Trial Ongoing
Apple Computer reportedly last paid Apple Corps $26.5 million in 1991 and established a contract on allowed use of the Apple Computer trademark. According to Apple's lawyers, digital distribution of music such as the iTunes music store was explicitly allowed under the terms of the agreement.
A lawyer for Apple Computer dismissed the claim of corporate confusion and stated that "even a moron in a hurry could not be mistaken about that".
The current presiding judge is reported to be "computer-literate" and own both a Mac (with iLife) and an iPod.