Apple Wants $1 Billion From Samsung at Smartphone Retrial

16 May, 2018, 23:30 | Author: Sammy Rose
  • Apple Wants $1 Billion From Samsung at Smartphone Retrial

However, this victory was short-lived as Samsung managed to cut the amount down through a series of retrials and appeals and paid $548 million.

Had Apple not released the iPhone, it anxious that mobile carriers could easily make the iPod obsolete by adding music to their phones, which served as a "gigantic threat" to the company and its mainstay media player.

The original trial, back in 2012, awarded Apple $1.05 billion in damages, which was less than half of their ask of $2.75 billion.

Apple wants Samsung to pay the full damage amount of $1 billion. Risch said. "Apple's going to say it wasn't until you put it into our shape that you made any money on it, so you have to look at it holistically", he said. According to the latest reports, Apple is targeting Google's Android Mobile OS Feature by demanding $1 Billion from Samsung for blatantly copying its designing features. Naturally, Apple is arguing the former, while Samsung reckons it should be the latter. Already, Apple won one major patent against Samsung which was an infringement case.

Motorola appears to be working on a foldable smartphone that turns into a tablet, along with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy X, Apple foldable iPhone and Huawei foldable phone. Apple lawyer Bill Lee said in court that Samsung profited to the tune of $1 billion just by violating Apple's design patents. Samsung says the latter - and is urging the jury to limit damages to $28 million (roughly Rs. 190 crores).

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Samsung's pre-iPhone devices had keypads and smaller screens, while later models are screen-focused with app icons and no keypad. Samsung is now urging the jury to minimize the demanded damage recovery sum as much as possible.

Samsung has to pay Apple for damages retrial on Apple design patents and for deciding how much Samsung has to pay Apple and Samsung are back in court this week.

The case is Apple v. Samsung Electronics Co., 11-cv-01846, US District Court, Northern District of California (San Jose).

Accordingly, the California jury will, in any case, need to figure out what was the "important article of make" for this situation - the entire encroaching cell phones or only a portion of their parts. Instead, should cover profits from the infringing components only. Samsung's lawyer John Quinn said in court that Apple is seeking profits on the entire phone and that the company's patents are "narrow", reiterating that the award should be limited to the specific components of those devices that were found to infringe on Apple's patents.

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