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marsorry said:I’m almost certainly convinced that Apple won’t take this to court. Only if the sales figures seriously harm sales of Apple’s device would they do that in my view. Apple’s already too far along in its cycle for this device to have affected the sales of the X. Besides, their global footprint is also relatively small compared to Samsung and Apple, so if it went to court - the returns (should they win) would be largely insignificant. Xiaomi has been copying for a while, with little retaliation and so have others. If Samsung pulled a stunt like that, rest assured we’d be back in court in no time 😅😅
Damages should be ALL of Google's profits off of android. If they didn't rip off of Java, then none of this profit would exist. Therefore, it only makes sense that ALL of said profit be paid to Oracle. On top of that, they also need to pay for any fee Oracle incurred from lawyers, loss of time from Oracle employees, and any other costs associated with issue. An injunction should also be in place unless they pay to license the code.
As soon as I read the title, I knew the judge would be Koh and the plaintiff a Californian. These snowflakes are the result of an administration that produce/enable freeloaders to sue and cry over things that they don't get for free at someone else's expense. Apple is a business. If one of their products no longer make money, they have every right to stop supporting that product. If a product ends up costing them money, there is no reason why they should continue supporting it. iOS 6 is over three years old now. Upgrade to the latest iOS that your product supports and stop whining.