Apple publishes his apology in Arial 14 in an English newspaper
Having released an “apology” and quoted on its website , Apple has done what the court ordered and inserted in The Guardian a message in Arial 14.
The message simply says that the Court found that Samsung devices (Galaxy Tab 10.1, Tab 8.9 and Tab 7.7 “does not infringe the registered Design of Apple” and delete the other paragraphs he posted on his website and that caused controversy .
In your original message, the apple company added that, in the same ruling, the judge ruled that the Samsung tablets ‘were not so cool’ as the iPad . He also noted that in one of the trials held in Germany on the same patent, the court ruled that Samsung itself had copied the iPad design.
Aggregates the company earned him a reprimand from the Court, so that the company has had to swallow their intentions and simply post a correct statement.
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