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It doesn't harm Apple. But it would have a definite impact over Apple's claim that they were impacted financially or otherwise by Samsung's copycat products.
Fact is that Apple is trying to destroy it's competition in order to line it's own pockets. My first smartphone was an iPhone 3GS. Loved the phone and still believe they make fantastic, if not superior products. But I refuse to give their smartphones or tablets any consideration while they continue to adhere to a strategy of what I consider to be frivolous lawsuits, based largely upon software patents that should have never been granted. I'm all for protecting individual property but granting patents to concepts on paper is ludicrous.
I sincerely hope they get burned on this one and all this immaturity put to a stop.
1 year, 7 months ago on Samsung Wants to Reveal Apple's Numbers: Just How Many iProducts Did They Sell?
10 years from now after Apple has exhausted all of its appeal options we may see a little blurb on Apple's homepage about this. Of course their other alternative is to simply close up shop in the UK and not have to worry about it. The fact is that most folks (at least here in the States) buy their Apple products from retailers. If the same is true in the United Kingdom no one would care about the missing apple.com/uk website. Besides there are 26 other countries in the "European Union" where Apple likely has a presence that would allow folks to purchase directly from them.
All in all a great attempt to dole a little justice out but in my opinion all for naught.
1 year, 7 months ago on UK Judge Requires Apple To Keep Notice That Samsung Didn't Copy The iPad On Homepage
@jhernandez4688 Here you go:
1 year, 9 months ago on Verizon Unveils 'Share Everything' Plans, Unlimited Voice Now The Only Option
It is absurd for Verizon to think that data at these prices is going to be attractive to people and it's clear from their pricing scheme that they are purposefully trying to drive customers to the more expensive end of the plan. These data plans cost more than the recently ended individual doubled data rates.
The fact is that until an agreement can be reached concerning the streaming of data this type of plan will not benefit a family and even then I would hesitate. Music and video streaming are important to teenagers and young adults and they will likely carry their habits into their later years.
In my opinion Verizon sealed their fate a few weeks ago when they publicly announced that corporate profit is more important than loyalty to their customers. It probably won't happen overnight but I fully expect to read about an increasing departure of long term customers from the company, and the resultant slowing of the expansion of their LTE network. Sprint must be jumping up and down with joy! Verizon just threw them a lifeline.
It must be great for Verizon to be able to state they have the largest LTE network in America. Probably won't seem quite as attractive when they have to add the words "unused" to that statement.