Apple posts the court-mandated apology to Samsung on its UK website, tucks it in the small print

Apple posts the court-mandated apology to Samsung on its UK website, tucks it in the small print
Apple recently lost the appeal against an UK court decision to post on its website and in leading printed media that the court found Samsung not infringing on its iPad patents, and now the mandated apology is up on its UK website. 

The UK judge joked in his case arguments that Samsung's tablets don't have that "cool" status the iPad possesses, so they can't be infringing, and Apple is saving face by repeating those lines, and reminding readers that in other places Samsung has been found violating its patents:



The info about the UK court's decision is tucked away in the lower right corner as a simple link, but it's there, and the printed version in UK newspapers and magazines shouldn't be far behind.

source: AppleUK

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