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Apple Forced to Run Public Apology in 14pt Arial.

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Gizmodo - "Having lost its appeal against the UK High Court of Justice's ruling, which decided Samsung's tablet designs didn't infringe on the iPad, Apple is being forced to make a public apology.

 

The best bit? The judge in question has described how it has to do it. Apple will have to post notices on its website, and in newspapers, explaining why it's sorry. In Arial. With a font size no smaller than 14 pts. Brilliant.

 

The case in question had previously thrown out Apple's complaints, when Judge Colin Birss explained that the Galaxy tablets "do not have the same understated and extreme simplicity which is possessed by the Apple design... They are not as cool." As a result, Biriss judged that consumers were unlikely to confuse the two tablets, meaning that Samsung's product didn't infringe on Apple's registered design. This particular legal battle just keeps getting better."

 

For Photos / More Comments / Source Link: http://gizmodo.com/5...y-in-14pt-arial

Edited by KeystoneRegional

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I never saw a real similarity in the two devices, so this apology will not be a big surprise.

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