The correct answer to this question is C, Grey. The image shown is the logo for the Apple brand, which makes iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks. The grey logo is the one most known today, for it is presently used on the products, however, it isn't the first logo.
The first Apple logo had Sir Issac Newton sitting under a tree. Under this tree, an apple is close to hitting him on the head, symbolizing the concept of gravity, which he came up with. This logo was designed by Ronald Wayne, who is also a co-founder of Apple. Unlike the others that came after, this logo didn't stick.
The color of the logo of Apple is lettered C or grey. The company’s logo is a bitten apple that symbolizes knowledge just like the story of Adam and Eve. In this Bible story, originally, mankind is sinless until Adam and Eve took a bite from the tree of knowledge and evil.
The Bible does not say that it is an apple tree but it has become the symbol in mythology for over hundreds of years. One of the former executives of Apple said that their logo symbolizes lust and knowledge. The color grey can be a symbol of technology so overall, the logo signifies the continuous lust to obtain knowledge.