Apple has displaced Coca Cola to become the world’s most valuable brand, according to very closely watched annual brand survey, conducted by Interbrand. Interbrand, which is subsidiary of Omnicom Group, said in its report that Apple’s strong leadership, huge fan base and a gigantic brand appeal were some of the factors which helped the iPad maker to capture the No. 1 position. The survey, which also analyzes financial position of a company, put Coca Cola in the third position while Google was rated as the second most valuable company. The top 10 positions in the list featured mostly tech companies.