Apple: Samsung has no permision for copping iPad on England's websites

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Apple: Samsung has no permision for copping iPad on England's websites

In last July in this year, the London High Court of Justice ruled that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 does not violate the patent on the design of the iPad, and requires Apple posted information on its website "correct impression bad customer "for Samsung. 

Apple Judgement

Apple then filed appeal but it was rejected, and now it has to be done by order of the court. Only a small change is that the appellate court said Apple can upload only a link to a message. In this post, Apple has acknowledged the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Tab 8.9 and Tab 7.7 Samsung does not violate the patent on the design bearing number 0000181607-0001.

A copy of the full judgment of the Highcourt is available on the following link www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Patents/2012/1882.html.


Apple Judgement


Not only that, Apple was forced to choose font Arial with font size 14 (not 11 as before) for his message because firms have to post it on many newspapers and magazines in the UK, such as sheet Financial Times and The Guardian. Apple has cited some of the court's statement about "the design of the iPad is great (cool)", while the Galaxy Tab is "not as good (not as cool)", not just "not own simplicity maximum "iPad.

Galaxy Tab 2

However, the end of the message that says: "However, in a case in Germany involving the same patent, the court declared unfair competition when Samsung copied the iPad's design . A jury in the United States also said that Samsung is guilty of copyright infringement of Apple's design and utility, and a fine (Samsung) more than $ 1 billion for damage to Apple. Consequently, while the court He does not claim Samsung guilty but the court was aware that in the process of creating the Galaxy Tab, Samsung has copied the iPad which is more loved. " Unclear Samsung reaction and the London court how will this end.

A copy of the Court of Appeal’s judgment is available on the following link www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2012/1339.html.