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Apple’s patent quarrel with Nokia has officially gone from minor tiff to full scale patent war.  

It appears that Apple has taken down listings for Withings products from its online store (Nokia owns Withings, a company that makes Wi-Fi scales and digital fitness products.) 

If you try and search Google for Withings products on the Apple Store, you’ll still be able to see the phantom listings, but if you try to click on them, a  message stating that “the product you’re looking for is no longer available on apple.com” pops up. 

Apple's listings for Withings products still show up in Google searches.

Apple’s listings for Withings products still show up in Google searches.

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