A Japanese apple grower apparently has been working on a new kind of Fuji apples--ones that feature the Apple logo and the image of an iPod emblazoned on them. By using stickers, which block out sunlight on the face of the apples before they matured, he was able to get full-grown apples with these near-silhouettes on them.
The farmer in question boxed 'em up and sent 'em somewhere--we're hoping straight to 1 Infinite Loop. Then again, maybe it's best if Apple's legal team stays away from these delicious fruits. At least there are plenty more snaps of these logofied bundles of crunchiness at the link above.
I wonder how much one of these apples would go for on eBay? Assuming, of course, that they haven't gone bad yet.
This story, "Japanese Farmer Grows Apples With Apple, IPod Logos" was originally published by Macworld.