A Chinese firm scrapped plans to sell a lifelike doll of Steve Jobs after his family and Apple lawyers objected.
In Icons said in a statement they “have not overstepped any legal boundaries”, but felt a “heartfelt sensitivity” to the feelings of the Jobs family.
The figurine was intended as a tribute to the Apple founder, and came with accessories such as a mock iPhone, turtleneck and New Balance sneakers.
In Icons has offered a refund to customers who had pre-ordered a doll.
The figurine, which was 12in (30.5cm) long and was to sell at $99.99 (£65), had realistic facial features that the company says had been reworked many times to achieve a lifelike appearance.