It’s the iTunes icon, as seen in the latest version of the Mac operating system.
Can you see anything wrong with it?
Think about it.
It’s made up of two elements: a CD and a representation of music notation. That made perfect sense back when iTunes was principally a way of turning your CDs into music you could store on your computer, before the word iPod had been coined, let alone turned into a cultural icon.
But now? Now in the age of digital downloads and podcasts and videos and iPods and Apple TVs and digital media generally, doesn’t the CD feel, well, a little archaic? Do today’s teenagers even associate music with CDs anymore? It’s rather like every CD sold in the 80s coming with a little picture of a vinyl LP on it…