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| p.1 #2 · Apple vs. Samsung Lawsuit |
It's best not to get involved. Big corporations sue each other all the time... and when that's not happening some are fined (big time) by the government, or subject to class-action lawsuits. More than likely a fair settlement/judgement is made without the losing party going out of business. The idea, IMO, is to cripple, not kill one another. I think the courts want to avoid a complete loss of government tax revenue by avoiding a judgement so severe as to put the other major corporation out of business, but again, that's just my opinion. Apple is just looking out after their own interests if they can prove patent infringement. Samsung might lose this one, but like, who cares. Feel sorry for the consumer who will eventually have to pay more for their pricey products. The corporate world is fierce.
BTW: A replacement iPhone 4S still under two year contract, but not officially reaching 18 months of service, cost $700 unless you signed up for AT&T insurance (recommended). BTDT.