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Last week we asked you about the rumored screen change for the iPhone 5 Bigger Screen For The iPhone 5, Good Or Bad? [MakeUseOf Poll] Bigger Screen For The iPhone 5, Good Or Bad? [MakeUseOf Poll] With other devices slowly getting bigger and bigger, the iPhone has been stuck with its 3.5 inch screen ever since its launch. While Apple maintained that this is the perfect size for a smartphone, they... Read More . As it happens, the iPhone 5 rumors were temporarily  buried only days later, with Apple’s win over Samsung, but we’ll get to that in a moment. As for the iPhone’s 5 screen, is seems that no one opinion has consensus with MakeUseOf’s readers.

Out of 355 votes in total, 26.5% think a change in screen size would be good no matter what, 24.5% think a bigger screen would be good only if it’s also wider, not just taller, 16% think the current screen size is great and don’t want to see it change, 10% think it doesn’t matter as the iPhone rocks either way, and 23% don’t care about iPhones.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.


This week’s poll question is: What Do You Think About Apple’s Win Over Samsung?

Consequently, if Apple decides the change the iPhone’s screen size, it might start resembling other smartphones on the market. A similar thing happened to Samsung, who as of this week owe Apple 1 billion dollars for patent infringements, made especially by the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II. While there is some resemblance between these devices and the iPhone, one could say most smartphones and tablets have a similar design. What do you think of the outcome of this long trial?


Were you following this trial closely, or have you only just heard of it? Explain your opinions in the comments.

  1. k-mand
    September 1, 2012 at 12:57 am

    weird. After voting 'not sure', recusing myself because I have only a (media fueled, media fed) idea of the complete issues, I find myself in the tiniest minority. Are people so willing to jump to conclusions? (please don't answer that)...
    I found Yang Yang's comment rather interesting, since yes, here in Korea, Samsung is equivalent to the government (they bought their way out of too many scandals involving bribes, etc) and used the familiar 'too big too fail' argument to avoid further prosecution- so it stands to reason that Apple would lose in court here (if you call a 'copied each other' verdict less than winning), and yes, it also stands to reason that a Korean-American judge presiding in California would have to prove her allegiance (or 'neutrality' as it is termed) by finding against a prototypically Korean company.
    But nationality aside (since it's ALL made in China, seriously, folks) -What I find most interesting is the history of innovation, if you look at the history of copyright you discover that it wasn't invented (in the 18th century) to protect authors at all, but to establish the hegemony of book printers. So there's a bit of mythification that has happened in western civilization with regards to the nature of 'creativity' and works of art regarded as 'unique'- and I think a lot of this carried over into the world of patents, and it might be even harder to prove uniqueness in this field, since the history of scientific discovery is replete with simultaneous discoveries, often by people on different continents, who couldn't possibly have copied their rival.
    In regards to the Apple vs the Others arguments, I wonder if it isn't as someone said above, that when you litigate to compete you are a little bit desperate - the problem with the concept of patent law is that innovators aren't just up against copiers, but they face the disadvantage of the 'free market' itself. Henry Ford succeeded initially for any number of innovative (e.g. assembly line) reasons, but ultimately it was the market that determined his success. I don't have to quote the VHS vs Betamax argument ad nauseum, but Ford, Chevy, et. al failed to respond to the energy crisis of the 70's and so the Japanese moved in with cheaper, more fuel efficient, and more reliable cars and look at where they are now. So in light of this I ask myself, is it really relevant that they struck a blow to the competition, or that they have less than 10% market share in the worlds fastest growing/largest potential customer base, that is, China? That one fact may determine much more of the future than court cases ever could.

    • Yaara Lancet
      September 3, 2012 at 10:27 pm

      Wow, this was very interesting to read. Thanks for taking the time to write such an elaborate comment!

  2. Nancy B
    August 31, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    Really haven't paid attention to this court case.....but now Apple has made so much it should bring down it's price point on i-phones and apps etc.

    Personally, I have neither just prefer a phone for calls and a few texts, don't need all the bells and whistles that come with the newer i-phones and tablets. Need glasses to read texts as it is wouldn't have to use them constantly with a phone or tablet!

    Just give me my pc and big screen and I'm happy.

  3. Saikat Basu
    August 28, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    The jury had to go through 700 immensely technical questions. And they delivered the verdict in just 3 days. I think that says it all.

  4. venkatp16
    August 28, 2012 at 11:39 am

    What is Apple actually wanted? Does it really concerned about their model or the market that they looose...

    There are so many things which looks identical in this world... with apple's inspiration everyone will start fighting like this..

  5. Greg
    August 28, 2012 at 3:03 am

    Very sad, Apple's arrogance will make them fall someday (hopefully)

  6. fatihamzah
    August 27, 2012 at 10:53 pm

    Thats the law, copyright too protected what Apple's wont, isnt it?, there are many than Samsung do like this and no problem with it

  7. Yang Yang Li
    August 27, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    I would like to bring to attention the fact that Apple is an US company while Samsung is Korean. Maybe that is why Samsung lost in US court.

  8. Dr. Jan P. Mulder
    August 27, 2012 at 9:32 pm

    Ridiculous... Samsung software doesn't even run on IPhones... I wanted to buy an Iphone, but I won't now, since I cannot stand these low practices.

  9. Andrea Kosteli?
    August 27, 2012 at 7:39 pm

    I'm using Samsung for almost a decade now (not smartphone, though - I can't afford it) and I must say, I like Galaxy more that iphone. Apple has now better reputation only because of Steve Jobs' death, but that doesn't guaranty the quality and durability of their gadgets...

  10. Benjamin
    August 27, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    It's pure absurdity. It's like getting a patent for watches in a circular shape, or light bulbs in a bulbous shape. For starters, the American copyright law is built to make things like this possible, it's designed to facilitate monetization of everything.
    But then, this is going too far even for American standards, and it has me suspecting a dirty deal of some sorts behind closed doors, whatever...

  11. Vipul Jain
    August 27, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    I was closely following this and i am really surprised by the verdict.
    Its just as said in the movie 'The Social Network', a man who makes a chair doesn't owe money to everyone who has ever made a chair.
    Now smartphones are going sleek, so similar design strikings would occur but obviously. Now is Samsung was copying the iOS interface or any patents like Siri, iCloud or other trademarks, that is a solid base for lawsuit, but similar sleek design, not that's just pathetic!

    All this will do is discourage development. What's next? Lawsuit on Google for coming up with Google Voice after copying Apple Siri?

    • Kenyatta Gilliam
      August 28, 2012 at 12:59 am

      Apple has done it again! Apple stole the work of Siri from a Chinese or Taiwanese college and claimed it for their own and now the media is hushing it all up. Well i would make it known because I hate apple with a passion. Also apple has stole ideas from Sony as well because Sony has been making phones for years and I think Sony is on the verge of suing them as well. I think apple has copied Sony designs for its new iphone5.

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:26 am

      You know, I never thought of the Facebook story in relation to this. Interesting! Why would you be able to "copy" a rectangle with icons but not a social network?

      • Vipul Jain
        August 31, 2012 at 5:25 am

        didn't you mean the other way around?

        • Yaara Lancet
          August 31, 2012 at 12:36 pm

          No, actually. If the verdict says a smartphone design is definitely copied, when it's something simple is a rectangle with rounded corners, it doesn't sit well with the verdict that one can't copy a social network.

        • Vipul Jain
          August 31, 2012 at 12:53 pm

          I'm not sure what you are trying to say.

          The FB verdict was that Mark paid some amount to the original idea creators but continued the site.
          Whereas the verdict for apple says that not only samsung has to pay a billion, it also must shutdown production of those units under the ban.

          So i'm not sure whether you are supporting samsung here or apple or supporting FB's win or against the FB win.. :o

        • Yaara Lancet
          August 31, 2012 at 1:05 pm

          I can't reply in the thread, it's too long. :)

          I was actually only thinking out loud in that comment, because I just never thought about these two things in parallel.

          I'm actually supporting Samsung on this. :)

        • Vipul Jain
          August 31, 2012 at 1:07 pm

          hahaha, i just reached the reply limit with James on a topic myself.
          Well if the conclusion of what you were trying to tell ends in support for samsung, then that's all i need to know :D

  12. GrrGrrr
    August 27, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    I say unfair for Samsung.

    There cannot be patents for everything.

  13. Nancy Graziano
    August 27, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    I think Apple's win in the courts is a travesty for two specific reasons.

    Apple really is the pot calling the kettle black in this situation... if it were not for the fact that Wozniak (et al) toured the Xerox PARC facility in 1979 and then proceded to steal much of what they saw (e.g., the graphical user interface, the mouse, etc.,) Apple would not be where they are today if they ever even got off the ground/out of the garage.

    In addition, they claimed that the "rectangle with round corners" was their idea, and that Samsung stole their tablet's design. Seems to me Gene Roddenberry theorized the first tablet in the original Star Trek series way back in the 1960s - LONG before Apple was even a glint in the founders' eyes... take a look:

    And if you look at Star Trek: The Next Generation, Capt. Picard used his tablet all the time:

    Also, if you ever watch Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, guess what? There are tablets on screen there as well!

    So, if anyone should be found "guilty" of stealing others' ideas, it is Apple. They have consistently done so throughout their entire business life. This decision is really ridiculous and should be overturned...

    What's next? The iBible and then claiming that Moses et al plagiarized Jobs/Wozniak's ideas???

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:24 am

      Excellent comment! So true. Were you a registered user at MUO, you would have won 150 reward points for this comment. :)

      • Nancy Graziano
        August 31, 2012 at 4:11 am

        I am a registered user here on MUO, but for some reason, when I log in with my FB account, I do not see my information box...

        • Yaara Lancet
          August 31, 2012 at 12:34 pm

          Are you logged in right now? You can try clearing your cache and refreshing, that might help.

          If you can manage to log in, I'll see about giving you those 150 points, although I did award them to someone else already, but hey, we might be able to make an exception! :)

        • Nancy Graziano
          August 31, 2012 at 12:59 pm

          I just cleared my cache, logged in, and my info box was displayed. Yet when I navigated to this (or any other MUO page,) my personal info "bar/box/banner" is replaced by the "Register or Login" banner with the various social media/etc buttons. When I try to login again, a message pops up and disappears too quickly for me to read it.

          I will not navigate away from this page - hopefully I am - and will - stay logged in...

        • Yaara Lancet
          August 31, 2012 at 1:06 pm

          Replying to your last comment here, since the thread is too long.

          Which browser are you using? I'm going to copy and paste this for our tech guy, hopefully he can solve this issue.

        • Nancy Graziano
          August 31, 2012 at 1:33 pm

          I was using FF 14.0.1, but after a reboot, it updated to FF15.

          FWIW, I was experiencing the same thing on two different computers (home last night and work today), in FF 14.0.1, IE8 (home and work), Chrome (not sure of the specific version I have at home), and FF 15 (home computer last night).

          Not sure what happened, but just now after the upgrade to FF 15, I tried logging in again, and this time had to provide additional email information about my FB account. NOW everything seems to be ok - my personal info banner is where it should be and shows that I have 35 points...

          UGH... I am not normally this techie-illiterate... Can I blame it on being Friday before a long weekend???? LOL ;-P

        • Nancy Graziano
          September 1, 2012 at 11:57 pm

          Just following up to see if you were able to award me the 150 points (in spite of the fact that I had problems... :-P)

          No big deal either way... just thought I would follow up with you...


        • Yaara Lancet
          September 2, 2012 at 12:49 pm

          Replying here again. :)

          I'm glad it's working now! I talked about it with our tech guy and he said you had the same email attached to two different accounts, maybe by mistake. He deleted one, and now all's good, so it wasn't tech illiteracy. :)

          I know what you mean, though, sometimes I get stuck trying to do the most simple thing, and when I end up asking for help, I'm so annoyed about it. :)

        • Yaara Lancet
          September 3, 2012 at 10:28 pm

          Hi Nancy,

          Since this poll is already last week's and there's a new one already live, I can't go back and reward you the points. But don't worry! If you keep commenting like this, I'm sure you'll get it in no time. :)

  14. Robert Stanulis
    August 27, 2012 at 5:28 pm

    I think Apple won due to exhibits that played better to the jury and made the case easier for the jury to decide in Apple's favor.

  15. Birrell Walsh
    August 27, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    My response to the victory of Apple was to go out and look at Android tablets. If Apple is going to rule the market with lawyers, their creativity must have run out.

    AND - what if Samsung now withholds patent licensing, since Saumsunt holds patents Iphone must use?

  16. Dave Jaratt
    August 27, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    The wealthiest company in the world should pick up it's toys and put them back in the cot and carry on with creative business. The Attorneys are loving this stuff, but what a waste of assets,to hand it to the bottom feeders.Steve Jobs might have been a genius,but so was Van Gogh and he was a sandwich short of a picnic.
    How many suffering souls in this world could have at least one square meal if the legal fees were deployed with common-sense.

  17. AP
    August 27, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    Atleast Samsung will adopt some original ideas.

  18. anthonymonori
    August 27, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    It shows that the patent-system is broken and it needs a reform.

  19. Rob Bell
    August 27, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    I believe the frantic litigation in the software/hardware markets produces a barrier to innovation. Patents for code and basic architectures in electronics should be much harder to obtain - I've seen some really stupid ones. If it's only possible to achieve an increasingly common piece of code/hardware one way, I wonder if a patent should be issued at all...

  20. lance burn
    August 27, 2012 at 12:42 pm

    dont like them

  21. lance burn
    August 27, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    I would never buy apple things again they cost more and they restrict what you can do. There shite anyhow

  22. Bill
    August 27, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    The patent system may very well be broken, but jurors spent weeks hearing arguments from both sides. By now they likely know a LOT more about the infringing design elements than we do. If we believe in the justice system then, yes, according to current law Samsung is guilty whether or not we, as relatively less briefed consumers, agree.

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:20 am

      Interesting viewpoint, and a true one at that. Thanks!

  23. Azamat Bohed
    August 27, 2012 at 11:46 am

    Ridiculuous. Like two big time music artists arguing on who's stolen that song from whom. While smart people think alike, lol.

  24. James Howde
    August 27, 2012 at 11:38 am

    I don't have the technical knowledge to really understand the claims and counter claims.

    Increasingly it looks like industrial protection by the back door. In almost all cases I've seen American courts find for American companies and European courts in turn for European companies - often on exactly the same evidence.

  25. susendeep dutta
    August 27, 2012 at 8:19 am

    Actually,I think that Samsung copied all from Apple as one can see very similar things like icons,their tablets(Galaxy tab 10.1) look similar and there has been some instances that proves it true.This decision will affect Android as well as Samsung in a large way as Google was mum when Apple was dragging many companies to courts.
    Even Microsoft doesn't shows pity to those Android manufacturers and gain approximately $15 from each Android a manufacturer sells.

    So,time has come for all companies dealing with Android to rise and show some caliber to fight vigorously with Apple and defeat it by their design and innovation keeping consumer needs in consideration.

  26. April Eum
    August 27, 2012 at 8:08 am

    as much as i love apple, some claims were indeed off the grid. you can only go so far when it comes to phones now a days.

  27. Humza Aamir
    August 27, 2012 at 6:51 am

    Actually Samsung had to pay a very minor amount for the fame, popularity and wide acceptance it has gained after following Apple. Be it tablets or phones, Samsung is now at number two, like it or not, where as genuine makers like Sony and HTC (include Nokia) among others, all are suffering because they haven't copied Apple but continue with their own ideas and innovations, atleast on the hardware part.

    Samsung has somewhat diluted the notion of having a super-fast phone, its not always about the bench-marking, fps counting, webpage rendering stuff that Samsung is always winning ground on. In real life, all people want is something that looks good (not a copy), different, makes a few calls and can provide decent entertainment. The iPhone does all that, its not the fastest phone, yet it has a soul in its design, like the Lumia 900 from Nokia and the Xperia Arc from Sony.

  28. Alan Wade
    August 27, 2012 at 6:23 am

    Apple is just way way out of control with suing one company or another. But it all stems from the fact that these companies are allowed to patent practically anything they like.
    Before long we will need to buy a license to use a toilet roll or do we just go back to the days of old torn up newspapers? Sounds ridiculas dosnt it, thats patent wars for you.

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:18 am

      I agree, the real problem is in the way patents work, especially in the tech and gadget world.

  29. Achraf52
    August 27, 2012 at 6:10 am

    So you say my 3G modem is infringing Apple design for iPhond 4S or so ? lames .

  30. Juan Carlos Espinosa Agudelo
    August 27, 2012 at 5:04 am

    I personally chose the 'I don't care' option, as it was the only one valid for me.
    Sure, I find many uses of patents ridiculous, especially when it's stuff like smartphone vs smartphone, which both should be made for the customer's improvement, not the competition against each other.
    But that doesn't mean I should care *that* much. As customer I just get to hear/read that one side lost, that's all there is to my view. Unless you're a fanboy or work for either side of the two companies, you won't truly have to care about the outcome.

    About the outcome, I haven't followed the trial that closely, but I have seen that several people did follow it closely. Close enough to discover some contradictions in the verdict, such as patent infringements that lacked sufficient proof, yet were approved to infringe copyrights.

    Other people are stating how it's just wrong that the patents used actually are patents:

    My favorite post is this, though, showing how Apple getting all that money, could also possibly have a partial backfire on them:

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:17 am

      Thanks for the informative comment!

  31. Frank Atkinson
    August 27, 2012 at 2:05 am

    The patent office is way to free with patents of silly things. you can't patent a rectangle.. you can't patent a screen as the way to display data or keys to input data
    its been done before in a different size,making it smaller doesn't make it original..

  32. MerVzter Balacuit
    August 27, 2012 at 1:40 am

    when it comes to originality maybe apple had its point but when it comes to innovation. theres nothing wrong with samsung..

  33. MerVzter Balacuit
    August 27, 2012 at 1:40 am

    when it comes to originality maybe apple had its point but when it comes to innovation. theres nothing wrong with samsung..

  34. Emmanuel
    August 26, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    Without Motorola the iphone wouldn't even exist nor a single cell phone would exist.

    Motorola Invented the world's first cell phone in 1973 with the idea and brain behind it all was Motorola's Engineer Martin Cooper.

  35. Laga Mahesa
    August 26, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    The poll is too narrow. In the overall scheme of things, it is meaningless for us consumers. Yes, Samsung has lost face, but it's already done that in other areas (corruption, misc scandals, etc) and, don't forget, this is not the first time Samsung has been taken to court for copypasta. RIM did it the last time, I believe.

    Remember that the infringing products aren't even current. By the time any of this takes effect, those phones will be several generations out of date.

    Samsung is currently the darling of the tech/geek crowd. It has the linux fans, the general 'open' fans, and the rabid anti-Apple fans. It also has fans in Asia and elsewhere in people who cannot afford an iPhone but want a similar experience at a more affordable pricepoint.

    Samsung got a huge leg up with its copying, with a huge discount in R&D, marketing and userbase.

    I am a huge fan of all Samsung products except for their mobile devices... but that is only because I'm disappointed with the whole Android market. The 'flood the market' approach everyone is taking means that a brand new phone will be outdated within six months, and post sales support is negligible. That's to be expected, though, with a new market in a state of flux, which is why I'm waiting until Android 5 before I revisit the idea of buying into Android.

    Remember that most of the world has to pay full price for these devices, and actually look after them. At the given price points, there's a clear winner.

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:15 am

      Thanks for the comment, Laga.

      I'm not sure I understand what you mean when you say the poll is too narrow, though. It is simply looking for people's opinions regarding the outcome of the trial. Naturally, the mobile market is a much wider subject, one which cannot be covered by one simple poll question....

  36. Emmanuel
    August 26, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    Motorola invented the cell phone. So is Motorola going to sue every cell phone manufacturer? No. It's an industry standard.

  37. Emmanuel
    August 26, 2012 at 10:41 pm

    In my humble opinion why can't you ask this same question about automobiles. All automobiles have an industry standard foundation design. They all have the same parts, they all have similar shape, size and designs. You can't patent a design that is industry standard used by other manufacturers to build there product.

    • Mike DeGeorge
      August 26, 2012 at 11:44 pm

      Exactly. Also can't sue a company for using a GUI either. That's a computer standard.

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:12 am

      Well said!

  38. Alan Bonjour
    August 26, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    Samsung has always had the option of approaching Apple and negotiating license fees to use some of Apples patented ideas, but they didn't, and made a bad assumption that Apple would let it all slide while it kept pumping out copied engineering and design.

    • Michael
      August 26, 2012 at 10:25 pm

      I completely understand Samsung. Why pay licensing fees for ideas that Apple stole themselves?

      • Daniel Voyles
        August 27, 2012 at 8:58 pm

        I agree with you there. Apple is like the pre-school kid who grabs the toys from other kids even though the toy was lying on the ground to begin with.

        Apple: "No, that is my toy!"
        Other Kid: "But you weren't even playing with it!?"
        Apple: "Yes I was! :-P"

    • Richard Borkovec
      August 27, 2012 at 12:36 am

      Cause Apple licenses their patents when? Oh that's right, never. Apple is greedy, bought most of those patents anyway, and most of them are what should be industry standards by now. I do think Samsung copied on some things, yes, but it's been proven in court in the EU and in Korea that Apple has copied Samsung more than Samsung has copied Apple. Funny how only in the US Apple wins. Just shows you how screwed up our patent system is.

      • Darryl Park
        August 27, 2012 at 1:44 pm

        Totally agree. I agree, the ultimate problem is the patent system. The only ones who really win are the lawyers. I'm a fan of Apple but, competition in the marketplace is more important to drive innovation.

        • Yaara Lancet
          August 31, 2012 at 12:11 am

          This is something I can agree with entirely. At the end of the day, the real problem lies with a convoluted patent system, that ends up hurting the people who actually bring the money into the equation -- the consumers.

      • Yang Yang Li
        August 27, 2012 at 9:46 pm

        It makes perfect sense though. Apple is an US company while Samsung is Korean. The US patent system should protect US interests.

    • Bruce Thomas
      August 27, 2012 at 5:44 pm

      Apple learned from its experience of suing Microsoft over the windows operating system, claiming Microsoft stole an idea they developed. The court didn't buy their argument, however, since the graphical interface was given to Steve Jobs by PARC when Xerox didn't know what to do with it. Now Apple patents every component on their devices and challenges any competitor to spend cash proving them wrong.

  39. Nial Briody
    August 26, 2012 at 8:41 pm

    My local grocer is now selling malus pumila.

    • Michael
      August 26, 2012 at 10:24 pm

      Especially since "Apple" stole its name from the Beatles' record company!

  40. Bruce Thomas
    August 26, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    Hopefully, when the case goes to an appeal, a court without its collective head in the clouds will see this for what it is - Apple omniscience. If Apple sold water, it would sue Coca Cola and Pepsi-Co claiming it owns the rights to dispense clear drinks from small-mouth containers with round holes.

    Apple has two strategies. The first is to create very good consumer electronics products using technologies they develop or buy and house the products in well-designed casing. The second is to harass any other company that competes with them, particularly if the company is successful. Apple has the money to sue, but is spending their fortune really to the benefit of shareholders and consumers? I don't think so.

    Success with the first strategy means Apple with continue to create wealth for shareholders and new products for customers. Success with the second strategy is incentive to not innovate, which ultimately will impact the first strategy.

    I hope Samsung, Microsoft and any other company will take Apple's win as incentive to leapfrog them with new technologies and designs that forces Apple to play "catch-up."

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:08 am

      Thanks for the comment, Bruce!

  41. damian
    August 26, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    Should I become concern with Samsung Galaxy S3 when Samsung lost to Apple? Maybe discontinue S3 or what?

    • Yaara Lancet
      August 31, 2012 at 12:07 am

      I don't think the S3 is one of the devices Apple is after. They released a list of devices they want to ban last week, and I believe it included the S1, some versions of the S2, and some other, less popular devices. The S3 should be safe. Even Apple can't claim it resembles the iPhone...

      • damian
        August 31, 2012 at 2:57 am

        Thanks, man I didn't follow their court, but appreciated your response.

  42. Benjamin Glass
    August 26, 2012 at 8:21 pm

    I followed this trial closely--I was quite disappointed at the Apple win, since most of their claims are ridiculous!

  43. raul
    August 26, 2012 at 7:30 pm

    Those 9 Apple fanboys in the jury probably asked Siri about the verdict.

    • Bruce Thomas
      August 26, 2012 at 8:41 pm

      Great comment!

  44. TY
    August 26, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    There was 9 Apple fanboys in the jury. I bet they asked Siri about infringement..

  45. Igor Rizvi?
    August 26, 2012 at 7:04 pm

    I have choose the answer B),because its an actual fact

  46. Richard Peterson
    August 26, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    Since They now have one trillion billion dollars I think they should share the wealth. They can now afford it

    • Turdmidget
      August 26, 2012 at 7:02 pm

      What are you, some kind of commie?

    • Rutul
      August 27, 2012 at 4:39 pm

      Or they should keep the prices low of their over pricey gadgets.

    • Leah
      August 27, 2012 at 5:04 pm

      This is just Apple crying because they no longer have a monopoly on the system like they thought.

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