“There’s been no shortage of once-confidential Apple information spilling out recently, ahead of the Apple v. Samsung patent trial here,” Josh Lowensohn reports for CNET. “But with the proceedings in full swing, today could have brought the biggest revelation of all.”
“During the cross-examination of Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller, Samsung’s attorney tried to get the executive to talk about a product that hasn’t been announced yet,” Lowensohn reports. “In an attempt to get Schiller talking about design, Samsung attorney William Price asked Schiller whether Apple’s next iPhone model would look anything like existing versions, or if changes were in store.”
Lowensohn reports, “Schiller, looking nervous, sought confirmation from Price of what had just been asked of him. Then he said, ‘I prefer not to tell confidential information about future products.’ Price didn’t press for more.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Yeah, good luck with that, Samsung.