http://www.icarbons.com/blogs/news/7388898-from-the-desk-of-icarbons This seems a bit unnecessary to me. Apple don't compete in the skin market, so why don't they just turn a blind eye? Especially because it means their logo is now covered up by the skins, where as before, an Apple product wearing an iCarbons skin was still clearly an Apple product. Why would Apple bother pursuing this? No other company has, yet... Look at the picture, not so obvious that it's a MacBook Air now, is it? In my opinion, iCarbons was doing them a favour by not covering up the logo, but now they aren't even allowed to cut that shape out of their skins. Yeah, they could do a circle, but that looks crap.