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Are You Talking About Apple (of the iPhones) or Apple (of the Gwyneth)?

Photo: Shutterstock/Roman Samokhin
Photo: Shutterstock/Roman Samokhin

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In a world where fruit can serve as the name of a celebrity's daughter and a multi-billion dollar company that keeps wrists warm and pockets buzzing, it's easy to get confused. Especially when Gwyneth Paltrow, mother of Apple, references her daughter in interviews while Apple shills its new gadget. Wires get crossed. In some cases, wonderfully crossed.

Below, test your skills in the art of Apple differentiation by deciding whether the quote is Gwyneth Paltrow on her kid, Apple, or our sister site The Verge on the tech company Apple.*

*All pronouns have been changed to the third person for the purposes of comedy and degree of difficulty.