Apple Accused of Manipulating Evidence in Patent Case… Again



Written by Matthew   //


August 19, 2022   //

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The battle between Apple and Samsung has taken a turn today.  Last week a accusation was made against Apple during its case against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.  Apple artificially streched the aspect ratios of the tablet to make it closely resemble the iPad 2.  See image below.  The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a widescreen tablet that is meant to be used in a landscape orientation.  Samsung lawyers spoke up during a hearing stating that Apple is “manipulating visual evidence, making Samsung’s devices appear more similar to Apple’sApple successfully blocked the sales in Europe for a short time frame. It was later lifted.

It doesn’t end there.  This week, Apple is at it again.  This time, it is a case about Samsung Galaxy S phones.  Apple created an image of a side-by-side comparison.  Depicting the Galaxy S as the same size as the iPhone 3G, even though the S is significantly taller and wider in reality. Apple acknowledges the difference in text, remarking that there are “some non-identical elements, such as the slightly larger dimensions.”  Cough…  BS…  Cough.

Apple has once again falsely manipulated evidence in a case against Samsung.  Where is the integrity in all this?  Everyone knows that Samsung is beating Apple at their own game.  It’s starting to look like Apple is losing traction with this case and they are doing whatever they can to rid the world of Samsung products.  Looks like the only thing magical about Apple is their legal team.

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