iOS 5 lifts (read steal) idea, name, even logo Last year Greg Hughes a software developer (in UK) developed and submitted an application for syncing iPhones with iTunes wirelessly to Apple's Application Store. However, Cupertino rejected it, and Greg sold his Application through Cydia store for jailbroken phones. Now to May 2011, and Apple unveiled many new features for iOS 5 including same wireless-synching functionality, and they weren't even intelligent enough to rename the application and logo. Stealing ideas isn't new to Apple but this is simply blatant theft IMO. As Dan puts it very precisely: Next time Steve Jobs and company chides a competitor for blatant copying, remember that in the world in which Apple – and indeed any dominant company – resides, originality is in the eye of the Goliaths. The Davids, it seems, don't stand a chance.