In terms of raw numbers, I think it's safe to say Apple is disappointed and Samsung is happy, though both will spin it to high heaven. For better or for worse, it probably doesn't materially change the conversation either as their products have continued to diverge over the last couple years.
As current Samsung products use the workarounds approved by the ITC, I'm curious where this continues to go. Apple can and should continue to collect damages for past products that infringed before the workarounds were implemented, but it's chump change for both companies. Apple hasn't gained any patent traction outside the US, and there's not going to be any injunction in the US against products as the workarounds are approved, and some patents are apparently on their way to being Posnered, aka overturned.
So the lawyers will continue to litigate for years to come and collect tens of millions of dollars in fees, but IMO this is a story where the volume goes down from here. Both companies now compete where they should - in the marketplace with differentiated products.