“One of the fun side benefits of the Apple’s court case against Samsung is being given an inside peek at how the Cupertino, Calif.-based company develops its new products,” Ina Fried reprots for AllThingsD.
“That’s because, as part of its case, Apple is forced to hand over tons of documents to Samsung, a good number of which Samsung has, in turn, filed as exhibits to various motions and pleadings in the case,” Fried reports. “While Apple has been able to keep some things private, there have clearly been more things made public than the secretive company would prefer.”
Fried reprots, “Among the many filings on Saturday was a document with dozens of sketches and prototypes for both the iPhone and iPad. Some had already been included in earlier filings, but Saturday’s collection was particularly extensive. The filing features a host of sketches, images from computer-aided design programs, and photographs of actual models that Apple fabricated as part of its design process.”
Check out all of the designs in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]