Apples take a loss in Samsung trial, but the future looks bright for the Cupertino giant

Apple vs Samsung

It’s time for another episode of the Samsung vs Apple war. If you remember, back in December, Apple asked Judge Lucy Koh for a permanent injunction againt Samsung that would ban the sale of over 20 phones and tablets in the U.S. This was after Apple was finally awarded a total of $930 million in damages from the original landmark verdict back in August 2012. Judge Koh denied the injunction, but the future doesn’t look all that bad for Apple.

The two giants will face each other in court again later this month, but it’s on a different set of patents that involve newer devices such as the Galaxy S III. Many industry experts think more damages will be awarded to Apple since these newer products were bigger sellers. Apple and Samsung did try to settle things with a mediator, but unsurprisingly, that didn’t go so well.

Will this war ever end?

source: WSJ

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  • k brooks

    It’s about time apple stopped trying to stifle the completion and concentrate on improving their own phones ,which are left trailing behind the many android phones that are far superior in every way.