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From the Apple motion to diismiss the F700Only the iPhone had these design elements like a rectangular shape, rounded corners, ... You might take a look at Sammy's patent filing that Apple so blatantly copied.There is a logic to Apple trying to juridicial's filings that THE F700 DOES NOT EXIST!
Instructions to the jury: 1) forget everything about the F700 2) only allow Apple statements into consideration 3) the guy Bressler, he's OK but the cross examination is irrelevant
Close the phone and you'll see a rectangle with rounded corners, centered screen and all the rest of the blah
Apple's point of view "The F700 does bot exist!"
Maybe you're wrong.Yes, English is my 3rd language but let me reassure you: during a management assessment, I was in the top 1% for reading, understanding and reproducing-using-other-words an English text. 1% of a university degree crowd that is.And to elaborate on that, I had a perfect score for correctly interpreting words like "all", "some", "any", "most", "may", "none", "might", "can", "could", "will", ... the tricky words.You may think that I have some linguistic...
I did some SarbOx comliancy missions in the past. Always thought that it just related to financial disclosure and not, as you seem to suggest, to claims between companies over a patent.
No, it literaly says: we need to make better looking icons, and we don't want it be in a way that they look like the iPhone's. In fact, this is clearing Samsung.
Shaded icons when function not available? I did this for more than 15 years! Hey, maybe I was the first one to do this. Can I claim 2,5BUSD now?
This makes her look like she's an idiot.I mean, might I have an impression that I turned on a Samsung when I see the Apple logo?
OK, so now it's not the details that count (though it is Apple's trademark - and I, for one, am impressed with their focus on detail) but the 'curb appeal'. So, it's getting generic again. But then again, we're back into rectangles-territory... which is not good either. The thin thing doesn't stick. Just follow the thinning-pattern over the years. EVERY producer designed, smaller lighter and thinner over the years (though 3,5 inch is now deemed too small, which I don't...
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