Tokyo court: Samsung infringed on Apple's 'rubber-banding' patent
Apple has had another important win in the courtroom against Samsung. This time that courtroom is located in Tokyo, Japan and deals with Apple's all-important rubber-banding patent. That patent protects the animation a user sees when they reach the bottom of the screen on, for example, a web page on iOS: the web page bounces up slightly as if it was being pulled back up by a rubber band.
As Reuters reports, the ruling only affects older Samsung devices as Samsung has removed the rubber-banding animation from its software in newer devices. Despite this victory, Apple is still fighting legal battles with Samsung in 10 countries.
Apple has had another important win in the courtroom against Samsung. This time that courtroom is located in Tokyo, Japan and deals with...
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