News of Apple's fury at an iPod-controlled sex toy has spread around the world faster than a Windows virus. Apple is complaining that the Ann Summers iGasm vibrator uses promotional imagery too similar to its own iPod silhouette advertising. Now we have a photo of the actual love enhancer, and it's available in classic Apple white - just like the iPod and Apple's Mac computers.

Ann Summers says the matt white love egg is made for "music-activated orgasms". It includes a splitter for use with headphones, and two silicone "ticklers". Apple will be pleased that it can be used without music as a vibrating love egg.

The iGasm costs £25 (US$50), and has received more publicity from Apple's lawyers than it ever could have done on its own.


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