As the old saying goes: “Against facts, there are no arguments.” This also extends to the constant evidence that appears here and there showing that the Samsung copies Apple in the face. It is not “Fanboyzismo”, are facts. And, as if it weren’t enough to be on trial at the Supreme Court for a copy of the iPhone design, files from a recent South Korean patent filing show Apple Watch images used as an example.
From the images, the document explains: “Figures 10A to 10F and 11A to 11F are visions illustrating different shapes, structures and materials of a first or second wave of wearable bracelets (wearable) in accordance with what is incorporated in this disclosure. ”
The patent refers to a wearable device and contains, in addition to drawings both of Samsung’s own products, others that are very similar to the Apple Watch marketing material.
It is definitely not a coincidence:
Yes, Samsung, if you continue like this, you will soon receive another “letter” for infringement of another patent… ?
[via Patently Apple, Business Insider]