The verdict was okay, that Samsung has to pay for copying design and UI, but now is pure Apple madness.
The Slide to Unlock patent, really? In european courts is been thrown out, because a Swedish Smartphone had as a feature it in 2005, and in the firmware it was born with, said "slide to unlock" and all other Apple software patents did not infringe. (HTC and Samsung cases)
Goto 4.00 min. in the video.
Apple gets patent on the Wedge Form Design in 2012, which Sony designed in 2004
Over 40 years of developing multi touch
So I think thats Apple has got wrong patents, because much of the stuff has been seen before and it gives a picture that Apple will use the US courts to keep out competition on the smartphone and ultrabooks market, instead of innovation(that they used to be known for).
As I see it High end Andriods miles ahead and IOS6 is basicly a rip off of Android, Google maps/latitude (find my friends), SamsungDive (find my phone), Chrome (iTabs), S2(reply with text and reminder), tasker app (Don't disturb) and S-Voice(open apps)
PS. Sorry for my spelling I'm a Dane!