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July 19, 2013

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In an odd way, Samsung may actually have done Apple a favor by being completely untrustworthy. The conflict seems to have accelerated Apple's move away from off-the-shelf parts, something that will make its products stand above the competition even more.

what exactly does Samsung have that Apple would want to license? Samsung has lost every single patent suit they have brought against Apple, or had them nullified, or they are standard essential, which are worthless in a cross licensing deal.

everything Samsung has done has been to copy Apple products... it isn't like they are suddenly going to come out with some sort of innovation in the future. they haven't innovated anything to date.

Cross-licensing with a scumbag that has a tendency to copy? I don't think it will happen any time soon

Would love to see Samdung getting crushed after Apple gets out with low cost iPhone and bigger screen iPhone. What will samdung do when iWatch is out? Copy them shamelessly? Lets see how Spamdroids react lol

Maybe they were working out how Samsung will pay the billion dollars to Apple, perhaps in the form of free iPhone components for the next iPhone or two?

All I know for sure is that I can't wait to see what Apple has planned throughout this year till the end of 2014 :)

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