Apple v Samsung opening statements reveal the details of the iPhone design process and more

As we noted earlier this week, Apple and Samsung are officially back in the audience this mth to ctinue their seven-year debates patent design. ; iPhone. In additi to the comments made by Greg Joswiak, vice president of product marketing at Apple, the opening statements of the day have brought some details about the process of creating the iPhone and much more …

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and e of the leading designers of the iPhone, started today with a pretty general statement, as noted by CNET . Howarth argued that Samsung "openly snatched" the design of the iPhone. "They were trying to snatch some of the icic nature and say," We're cool, too, "he said.

Howarth went and explained that" Apple has rejected "hundreds and hundreds of "iPhone prototypes during initial design." Process – included rounded models, e with an octagal bezel, and more:

e had an octagal bezel, e was rounded ly the left edges and right, and the other had a light gray forehead. "This did not represent what we were trying to do, which was to create something that felt friendly and understandable," Howarth said. "It seemed big enough and square from the frt. Howarth ccluded: [TRADUCTI]

What makes Apple's design patents so valuable, ccluded Howarth. . "The phe is a …

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