Another Unlicensed Steve Jobs Figure Slips Under Apple’s Radar

Another Unlicensed Steve Jobs Figure Slips Under Apple’s Radar

Steve Jobs 12-Inch Figure (Images courtesy ToyHaven)
By Andrew Liszewski

You might recall that not too long ago M.I.C. gadget was marketing a Steve Jobs figurine, complete with an iPhone in his hand, that Apple kindly asked them to stop selling. So it’s not surprising that trying to hunt down the company behind this remarkably detailed, 1/6 scale 12-inch version of Steve is no easy task. I’ve found mentions of the figure, which features a detailed head sculpt of Mr. Jobs (or Wes Craven) on various toy blogs and forums, but everyone seems pretty mum about who’s actually producing it. Obviously they want to be able to get their hands on one before Apple’s legal team puts the smack down on it.

For just $160 (appropriately priced for the Apple community) the figure comes accurately dressed with New Balance 992 sneakers, a black turtleneck and blue jeans. As well as a slew of accessories including an iMac with Magic Mouse and keyboard, an iPhone 4, an iPad 2 and a desk and chair. Oh, and one more thing… that price doesn’t include shipping.

[ ToyHaven – This is a Job for Steve! ] VIA [ Coudal ]

5 thoughts on “Another Unlicensed Steve Jobs Figure Slips Under Apple’s Radar”

  1. I’m surprised Apple hasn’t come out with their own (they will) so that the followers can build a shrine.  Although, now that I think about it that would be un-Apple. Apple will come out with their own proprietary unmodifiable shrine so that the followers have to worship the Apple way. (Not joking even a little)

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