Judge Denies Samsung's Request for iPhone 5, iPad 3
Jun 22, 2011, 7:13 AM by Eric M. Zeman
The judge overseeing the Apple-versus-Samsung patent battle has denied Samsung's request to see unannounced Apple products. The judge indicated that while Samsung is entitled to parity, this particular request was overreaching. In part of the judge's court order, however, the judge indicated obliquely that Apple may not get its wish of an immediate injunction barring Samsung from selling certain models in the U.S. Apple sued Samsung in April, alleging that Samsung has blatantly copied its iPhone and iPad products. Samsung countersued.
Jan 3, 2022
A model previously rumored to have fallen victim to supply-chain issues, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) is finally coming to market this month. Samsung will use the new model as the more-affordable alternative to the forthcoming S22 series, rather than keep last year's flagship S21 models on the market at lower prices as the company has done in the past.
Sep 14, 2021
Apple today announced the iPhone 13 series. All models feature improved battery life, display, cameras, and processor.
Mar 10, 2020
Sentons, which specializes in ultrasonic sensors that can replace physical buttons on a phone with virtual ones, has a new universal sensor available that it calls SDS ButtonBar. This thin, 1.9-inch part can be integrated almost anywhere in any phone design to provide virtual buttons anywhere else on the phone.
Sep 11, 2019
Walmart and Verizon are both offering substantial discounts and offers for customers buying a new iPhone this year. New and existing customers of Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint can pre-order the new iPhone 11 models from walmart.com starting this Friday and receive $50 off the usual phone price when choosing a device payment plan and picking up their phone in a Walmart store (starting Sept.
It is now Apple's turn to capitalize on their own products to remain attractive rather than trying to stay proprietary to one design at a time. That is what seems to be the underlining perception of what is going on here.
If a restaurant wants to stick with one hamburger choice, it shouldn't get mad when the competiton has taken that hamburger and made it more attractive with more choices. I hate using this analogy, but it does cast an example of how Apple is ...
look at China, they dont believe in patents BS!,
there is enough money for everybody!