It’s hard to get more to-the-point than Apple boss Steve Jobs.
After Apple’s lawyers told a software company called The Little App Factory to stop using the name “iPod” in one of its products — “iPodRip” — co-owner John Devor sent a long email to Steve, appealing for help, CrunchGear’s Daniel Brusilovsky reports.
Jobs’ alleged reply: (Yes, missing an apostrophe.)
Change your apps name. Not that big of a deal.
Sent from my iPhone
Don’t Miss: The Life And Awesomeness Of Steve Jobs
NOW WATCH: Tech Insider videos
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.