Insignificant. Even if the lawsuit costs Apple $100,000,000 (which is very unlikely), that's only a tiny fraction of the profits involved - especially when you consider what happens to Apple's future products if competitors are allowed to simply make near-identical copies of all their products.
Sorry, guy, but had you followed the link in the tweet you'd know that it wasn't Mr. Mulller making that statement. Here is the first paragraph from that referenced article…
on Monday caught up with Christopher Canari, chairman of the American Bar Association’s design rights committee and former chair of the American Intellectual Property Law Association committee on industrial design, to get his take on the
) patent trial. And so far, he says that based on what he’s seen, he thinks
Samsung is in serious trouble
While it's nice to have a patent expert confirm it, it has been clear throughout this trial that Samsung is in serious trouble.
My favorite is their copy of the Smart Cover.