Apple Ordered to Publish Notice "Samsung Did Not Copy iPad"

Apple was ordered by a British judge to publish an ads on its U.K. website and in British newspapers saying that Samsung did not copy its design for the iPad, according to Bloomberg.

Judge Colin Birss said in his July 9 ruling that Samsung’s Galaxy tablets did not infringe Apple's registered designs and added that Apple should publish a notice on its home page for six months and published in newspapers and magazines to correct any impression the South Korea-based company was copying Apple’s product.

Birss added that Samsung’s Galaxy tablets were unlikely to be confused with the iPad because they are “not as cool” as the U.S. company's iPad.

Bloomberg also reported that the legal battles about the similarity of Samsung and Apple tablets are being fought in Germany, the Netherlands and the U.S.

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