I was watching a tv show, where people pitch their business to these millionaires, to hope to get an investment - Dragons Den. A man came an a pitched a touchscreen glove that you could answer, decline and take calls, it was called the iGlove. One of the business men said Apple could sue anytime they wanted to because of the "i", but I know of many products that start with "i". There is this link http://www.cultofmac.com/33309/court-apple-doesnt-own-the-letter-i/ , but the investor tweeted this: Lots of you saying I'm wrong. As well as TM issues iGlove are at serious risk of Apple also bringing common law passing off claims iGlove products look very similar to the iSocks that Apple sell for iPods. Apple are very protective of their products & would take action For those that keep saying I was wrong on the iglove potential issue with apple - I wasn't. After filming I checked with a lawyer Oh and on top of that Apple already own it anyway! http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/01/02/apple_glove_patent/ - NOTE: this is only a patent and I don't think it has been approved Then Alan Sugar - a very famous business man - agreed with him So do Apple own it, and is he right?