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Apple recently held its annual September Keynote event where they unveiled the all-new Apple iPhone 13 range which included the Apple iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 as well as iOS 15, and on top of all that, they also unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch OS.

But in the mix of the unveiling of the new Apple Watch, they also showcased a new keyboard typing feature which ultimately caused a bit of a stir in the developer community as this appeared to be a blatant copy of the third-party app called FlickType.

Not only was this feature a direct copy of FlickType, but Apple removed FlickType from the AppStore just days before the Keynote event which in all retrospect where it all went wrong.

The developers and owners of FlickType are now suing Apple for this as they feel as it was intentional and pure copyright theft, and rightfully so at that.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: LMG Clips on Apple Sued Over This New Apple Watch Feature!...

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