“The patents relate to the iPhone’s front face, overall appearance and graphical interface. Apple said the designs were critical to success of the products and that Samsung copied the Apple designs to transform ‘bulky, walkie-talkie-like boxes’ into something that mimicked the iPhone,” Decker reports. “The appeals court still has to rule on a second trial involving different Apple patents. There are two appeals in that case. One is over the underlying liability finding and a second, argued in March, is over whether Apple is entitled to an order blocking sales of some Samsung products based on the infringement finding.”
“Samsung said it was disappointed in the court’s decision and pointed to its own history of new ideas. ‘For decades, we have invested heavily in developing revolutionary innovations in the mobile industry and beyond,’ Danielle Meister Cohen, a spokeswoman for Samsung, said in an e-mailed statement,” Decker reports. “‘We are confident that our products do not infringe on Apple’s design patents, and we will continue to take appropriate measures to protect our products and our intellectual property,’ said Meister Cohen.”
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