It doesn't matter. "Many of the same design elements" is not the same as "so close in appearance that their own attorneys can't tell the difference. In order to infringe Apple's design patent, the device had to duplicate ALL of the design elements. "Many" won't get them off the hook.
No. Apple's design patent is for a device that has ALL of those features. Please show a previous device that had ALL of those features. (Hint: you can't). All Samsung had to do was change one of the items and they'd have been OK. Look at the photos above for a few examples of how it was possible to design a product without infringing Apple's design. Instead, Samsung made a near-identical product -- so close that their own attorney couldn't tell the difference.
Do you think the tab 10.1N passes then?
It looks like it addresses:
A front surface that is not black.
Varying Bezel size.
Front surface that is not flat. (kind of hard to tell from the pictures, but it looks like the metal bezel isn't leveled with the glass)