Posted by sasa keiz 2 years ago

Judge Orders Apple to Repost ‘Samsung did not copy’ statement

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If you read the Apple statement that was published last month on their Apple UK website, you’d know how Apple twisted the words to suit itself rather than explicitly following the court orders that asked to publish ‘Samsung did not copy’ the iPad design. Unsurprisingly, UK judges have lashed out at Apple for the statement and termed it as “untrue” and “incorrect.” One judge was more surprised that a company like Apple could this and considered it as “a plain breach of the order.”

Nevertheless, the court has now ordered Apple to publish a new apology within 48 hours (Apple demanded 14 days to make the change) on the website and the text should have a font size of 11-points.


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5 comments on “Judge Orders Apple to Repost ‘Samsung did not copy’ statement

  1. kuru31 2 years ago said:

    Bad time someone show Apple who is in charge. Bad behaviour must be punished with a hefty fine if you ask me. Apple is now run by money machines and lawyers they are just want to milk their customers and also trying get money from people don’t like their devices by the way of out of order patent cases.

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  2. encorewane 2 years ago said:

    fu*k U arrogant apple

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  3. JaCh0o 2 years ago said:

    i cant share this info, why??

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  4. sheepybach 2 years ago said:

    I like the way Apple’s QC told the Judge it would take 14 days to put up a new statement lol, then telling the QC you’ve been lied to lol, 48 hrs or Apple CEO in front of me. Like I said before Apple have picked on the wrong judge.

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  5. sheepybach 2 years ago said:

    New statement up on Apple UK.

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