I realize that the concept of intellectual property is difficult for you to understand, but let me try (again) to educate you.
Ideas are not protectable. You can not patent or trademark or copyright an idea. Therefore, when Jobs (a la Picasso) said that Apple steals ideas, there is no intellectual property violation. They are taking an idea and then implementing it in their own style - as great artists do, according to Picasso.
OTOH, specific implementations of ideas can be copyrighted or patented or trademarked. If you have a specific implementation which carries IP protection, someone is not allowed to simply copy it. That is what Samsung was found guilty of doing.
So, no one can copyright the idea of a picture of an eye with too much makeup. But that particular picture of an eye with too much makeup is copyrighted.
Now, if Apple did use it without permission, then they're in the wrong and will undoubtedly have to pay up. That in no way justifies what Samsung and Google have done.