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Actually just about every Android tablet looks like that, so does the BlackBerry Playbook in fact just about every tablet today has rounded corners, and a bezel because that is how the display's are made.  Does the BB PlayBook infringe on the iPad?  NO it does not.   The battle is just a way to keep competition from the market.   -Typed on my iPad3 on Verizon LTE.
While this would be great news and I am anxiously awaiting the next iPhone I just don't see it happening.  Apple has always made September about the iPod and Music, iPhone would be October and November would or could be the new mini iPad with revised iPad 3 as well.  This way they would dominate the news cycle for media players, smartphones and tablets leading into Q4 for the holidays and rack up very solid sales.   I would of course be happy to get the next iPhone...
I disagree and do see it as relevant to the case.  Apple's sole mission is to destroy Android and frankly any competing OS that stands in their way.  Jobs was quoted and his disdain towards Android, Google and their OEM's was well known and documented.   What I am starting to see is a bias by Judge Koh, and future grounds for appeal.  Judge Posner's dismissal of the Motorola vs Apple case was on the mark.  Neither side won, neither side lost per se.  But he is 100%...
Its seems the the WSJ is simply the mouth piece for Apple when they want something "leaked" to generate buzz or in the case of the next iPhone build up user acceptance (for those who don't want a larger iPhone) for the larger 4" screen.  This is hardly real news and nothing we haven't heard rumored for months.  Given that Apple has the ability to push out newer technology that costs the same or relatively little more than prior technology (given their purchase volume and...
Compare the iPad to the Xoom to the Galaxy Tab 10.1.  The Xoom and Galaxy Tab look more alike than either of them do to the iPad.  I get it Apple is ticked off that at Samsung over trade dress (packaging yes, product design no).  But the as much as I like Apple products the barrage of lawsuits does show real fear over competition and less about IP protection.  A good number of the patents the USPTO have given should never have been issued.  Judge Posner is right the...
This data is hardly relevant given how the GS3 rolled out globally, and when Samsung's Q2 ended. They had something like 9 million pre-ordered when it was announced so I find these numbers to be off by a wide margin.  The (often wrong) analysts of course don't factor in iPhone sales covers the iPhone 3GS, 4 & 4S vs Samsungs GS3 which is a single model.  How about comparing the 4S vs GS3.   I actually tested out my co-workers GS3 on Verizon and I can say if Apple...
Amazon will be selling their "rumored" smartphone or Phablet to carriers, its not a WiFi only device like the Kindle or Kindle Fire.  So they WILL make a profit on it and a good profit at that.  Plus they can lock users in with their Amazon Prime, media services and other benefits.  Apple is hardly the only game in town.
Foxconn already makes products for other competitors to Apple so your point is mute.  Foxconn is a business, that makes money just like Apple.  Diversify or die that is the nature of business.  What if Apple decides to split production or shift product production away from Foxconn and they failed to add other products to their hundreds of factories what then.
So how does one mistake a Galaxy Tab 10.1(n) for an iPad when it says Samsung on the front of it.  Clearly some require better vision than others.  Beyond that it was obvious Judge Koh was not going to reverse her ruling so onto the Federal Court of Appeals where logic will prevail.  Also its about precedent, Samsung cannot and should not have to face injunctions on the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S3 for supposedly looking like an iPhone which they clearly do not have any...
The problem is every mobile OS seems to have been infringing on this method for a very long time now.  Its funny how Apple continues to target the OEM's for Android rather than the Android OS (Google) company.  This is something that is part of the OS and not something HTC put in on their own.  Much like the Galaxy Nexus search features that Judge Koh ruled against.  Again that feature has been in Android since the beginning and its a Google device so sue Google....
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