Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Aug 2011 12:58 UTC
Legal Dutch news website WebWereld.nl investigated the claim that Apple supplied the German court with tampered evidence, and their research is pretty self-explanatory. I don't have the time to translate the article for you, but the images speak about ten thousands words; Apple has changed the aspect ratio of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a side-by-side comparison (while also showing Android's application drawer open instead of showing the home screen, but the article doesn't mention that). Come on, Apple. Update: As Gusar notes, Apple also Photoshopped the Samsung logo off the bezel. Real classy, Apple.
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RE[2]: quick to judge ...
by Neolander on Mon 15th Aug 2011 21:10 UTC in reply to "RE: quick to judge ..."
Neolander
Member since:
2010-03-08

Thom, the Apple hater/device owner, reported what happened on day one, but not day two.

http://www.osnews.com/comments/25057

So much for factual accuracy on your side...

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RE[3]: quick to judge ...
by MOS6510 on Tue 16th Aug 2011 03:22 in reply to "RE[2]: quick to judge ..."
MOS6510 Member since:
2011-05-12

I don't see him mentioning Samsung's lawyers "forgot" about their day one claim. They clearly dropped it for some reason, probabbly because it wasn't going to hold, yet Thom keeps acting like it's already a proven fact.

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RE[4]: quick to judge ...
by Neolander on Tue 16th Aug 2011 07:15 in reply to "RE[3]: quick to judge ..."
Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

Sir, hats off. It's bold of you to say that the claim wasn't going to hold in the comments of an article which shows pretty clearly that Apple *did* tamper with evidence.

Besides, not talking about something doesn't equate forgetting it, and journalists are not asked to report anything that *hasn't* happened during a case. Samsung's lawyer could well think that the evidence had indeed been tampered with, but that the "prior art" defense remained the simplest one.

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