Mea Culpa: On its U.K. site, Apple admits to publishing inaccurate statement about Samsung
Apple replaced its self-serving ad with something more in line with what the court had ordered, and published it in a U.K. newspaper as we told you on Friday. Now, Apple has moved the ad to its U.K.website. In a large font (14.6 pixels), Apple posted a link to another page which contained a boilerplate statement about the court order with links to the actual documents.
There are no injunctions against the tablets in question, the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1, the Samsung GALAXY Tab 8.9 and the Samsung GALAXY Tab 7.7, and all three were found not to have infringed on Apple patents. And thanks to the new ad by Apple, everyone knows it.
source: Apple via AndroidCentral
2. jroc74 posted on 03 Nov 2012, 11:56 7 1
Wow....didnt even catch that the first time. Apple is so used to thinking everything is a copy of them....they included tablets that were found not guilty...
6. jroc74 posted on 03 Nov 2012, 11:59 6 0
One ....of the best.
Apple doesnt have the smartphone and tablet market cornered anymore...
19. JeffdaBeat posted on 03 Nov 2012, 17:16 6 0
I laughed when I read it...again worst apology ever...
7. Kronic (banned) posted on 03 Nov 2012, 12:18 1 11
They should have engraved it on your face :-D
18. Kronic (banned) posted on 03 Nov 2012, 15:54 0 4
So are you! GTFO
23. chaoticrazor posted on 03 Nov 2012, 21:10 3 0
kronic upset lol
is that apple logo branding on your forehead hurting everytime someones says something against apple
26. Kronic (banned) posted on 04 Nov 2012, 00:14 0 3
Actually I have no apple logo branding on my head. I am against fandroids who comment impossible stuff. I mean on every ipad homescreen? I bet that doesn't even happen in a parallel universe. And apple going out of business? I mean even thinking like that shows your're insane! The richest company in the world that makes many of the best notebooks and has makes its own operating systems which are extremely secure and have almost everything the competition has to offer? (Exception:widgets and live wallpapers). I like android a lot but I hate the way apps have the liberty to do any s**t they want. Fraudulent apps are not even possible on iOS.
27. Althorius posted on 04 Nov 2012, 00:26 2 1
No one cares.
28. Sniggly posted on 04 Nov 2012, 01:27 3 1
Someone doesn't do their research. Companies rise and fall all the time. Just go ask GM and Kodak. Also, there's only so much apps can do on Android, which is why viruses as one thinks of them with Windows don't exist on Android or iOS.
You're as much of a dumbass as you claim "fandroids" are.
29. tedkord posted on 04 Nov 2012, 06:06 2 1
Speaking of impossible statements..."fraudulent apps aren't even possible in iOS."
Apparently you don't read much, or you'd remember an iOS developer who had his account suspended last year because his app transmitted your personal info to his server. He did it to force Apple to fix the hole, which he'd been telling them about for some time without any action.
Of course, you'd also know that whenever you install an android app, it lists all permissions the app uses, and the user must OK the install after. Unlike iOS which tells you nothing, including when your app has crashed.
31. jroc74 posted on 04 Nov 2012, 09:55 1 1
Sorry to say.....but you sound like a Apple fanboy...some of the things you posted are not accurate.
33. cheetah2k posted on 05 Nov 2012, 20:24 0 0
Nah, but they do need to have an "Introduction to iPad" video tutorial on lauch so that dumb fk Apple iPad users don't think they've wrongly purchased a Galaxy Tab..
FFS, how people think these 2 tabs look the same in the first place is beyond me... I mean, seriously... WTF?
10. Aeires (unregistered) posted on 03 Nov 2012, 12:34 2 0
So Apple's new marketing strategy is to post 100% font, black and white legal statements about court cases, who knew? The fact they tried to pawn off their first apology attempt as "marketing" should have brought them a contempt action.
11. xfire99 posted on 03 Nov 2012, 12:45 2 0
Didnt Apple said it gonna take whole 2 weeks to write the form? lmao
17. rusticguy posted on 03 Nov 2012, 15:34 2 0
Surprising Tim Cook didn't come out and apologise for the "beta version" of the apology that was first published ... ideally they should have been pulled up for Contempt of court.
21. someones4 posted on 03 Nov 2012, 19:05 0 0
the first part looks good. Then the subsequent parts stink...just like them (Apple)
24. gallitoking posted on 03 Nov 2012, 22:39 0 3
don'nt see much of an apologise but that's the best part
30. LionStone posted on 04 Nov 2012, 07:23 0 0
hehe, i see an admission of guilt...spin it any way you want!
25. metoyou posted on 03 Nov 2012, 23:18 0 0
Is it just me that I couldn't find any word contain "Sorry" Apple just copy the "statement" from court !