Today I received an email from Apple notifying me that my app LED iLight violated Mag's copyright. I created a flashlight in photoshop, and use that as the background. I'm guessing Mag thinks they have a copyright on the gray flashlights that have a screw on top? What do yall think? Here is the email I received from Apple: Dear Sir or Madam, **Please include *REMOVED* in the subject line of any future correspondence on this matter.** On 11/4/2010, we received a notice from Mag Instruments Inc. that Mag Instruments Inc. believes your application named "LED iLight" infringes Mag Instruments Inc.'s intellectual property rights. In particular, Mag Instruments Inc. believes you are infringing their copyright. You can reach Mag Instruments Inc. through *REMOVED*. Please exchange correspondence directly with Mag Instruments Inc.. We look forward to receiving written assurance that your application does not infringe Mag Instruments Inc.'s rights, or that you are taking steps to promptly resolve the matter. Written assurance may include confirmation that your application does not infringe Mag Instruments Inc.'s rights, an express authorization from Mag Instruments Inc., or other evidence acceptable to Apple. Under our terms of agreement, Apple may remove your application from the App Store at any time. You may remove your application using the steps provided below, for example, while you make any necessary changes to your application. Visit iTunes Connect at http://itunesconnect.apple.com 1) Access your app in the Manage Your Applications module. 2) Click on the "Rights and Pricing" button from the App Summary Page. 3) Click on the "Deselect All" button to uncheck all App Store territories. 4) Click on the "Save Changes" button. We look forward to receiving confirmation from you within 5 days. Thank you for your immediate attention.