Apple says: “Stealing is wrong”
Apple is happy, and has every reason to be. After the resounding victory achieved before his legal nemesis – Samsung – their spokesmen espetaron some concepts to the New York Times about what causes them the news received today.
“We thank the jury for their service and spend time listening to our story and we’re very excited to finally speak.
The mountain of evidence presented at Trial shows that the copy of Samsung was deeper than we knew. The lawsuits between Apple and Samsung were by far more than by patents or money. It was about values.
In Apple value originality and innovation and pour our lives doing the best products on the planet. We make these products to delight our customers, not to blatantly copy our competitors.
We applaud the court to find that the behavior was deliberate Samsung and send a message loud and clear about that stealing is wrong. “
Samsung said some time ago that this deeply damaging competition between companies, and – well – kept on tenterhooks lot of customers, which in case you want to access an alternative, could see up to an increase in the prices of their equipment future. How do you think this verdict could affect future development of new smartphones?Tags: Apple, New York Times, Samsung, Trial, U.S., verdict