So, what's next for Apple in Germany? More patent lawsuit decisions. According to Mueller, the next decision in Apple's Samsung battle will come down on March 16, and several more will likely pop up around then between Apple and Motorola. "It's no coincidence that Samsung's latest products look a lot like the iPhone and iPad, from the shape of the hardware to the user interface and even the packaging," an Apple spokeswoman told CNET in an e-mailed statement today. "This kind of blatant copying is wrong, and we need to protect Apple's intellectual property when companies steal our ideas."Update 9:30 p.m. PT to include Apple's statement.
A German court dismisses one case that Apple brought against Samsung and another that Samsung brought against Apple, but many more remain, ikins iphone 6s / 6 designer shell case - bronze dot A judge in Germany this morning took a small step toward getting the world at least a little closer to cutting down on the vast number of mobile patent suits floating around, Judge Andreas Voss of the Mannheim Regional Court today threw out two lawsuits between Apple and Samsung, According to Reuters, which was first to report on the story, one of the cases the judge threw out involved a claim made by Apple that Samsung violated a slide-to-unlock patent it holds, FOSS Patents' Florian Mueller reported that the judge also threw out a patent claim Samsung brought against Apple over 3G/UMTS functionality..
This pours doubt on the idea that Apple is ditching the home button in favour of controlling everything via on-screen gestures. The invite for Apple's event next week showed an image of an iPad without the button, though it could've just been lying on its side with the screen in landscape mode. The panels have come from a gadget fixing service called Repair Labs. If genuine, they show Apple is sticking with black and white colour schemes, and the hole for the front-facing video camera is in the same place.
The only difference seems to be that the panel is ikins iphone 6s / 6 designer shell case - bronze dot 1mm thicker than that on the iPad 2, with a different cable connection, Could that extra thickness be anything to do with the retina display we're expecting to see?, A couple of weeks ago some enterprising sleuths got their hands on what they claimed was a retina display, It's said to have twice the resolution of the iPad 2's screen -- a whopping 2,048x1,536 pixels compared to 1,024x768, That means sharper, better defined images, so it's good news for fans of movies and games..
This looks like the main difference from the existing iPad, and could lead Apple to name the device the iPad HD rather than the iPad 3. There might even be a smaller version in the works -- a 7.85-inch model could be landing this autumn. Apple might also launch an updated Apple TV on Wednesday, which would explain the slogan on the invite: "We have something you really have to see. And touch."We'll be there Wednesday, with all the announcements as they happen. What would you like to see? Let me know in the comments below, or on Facebook.
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