By Anton D. Nagy | July 27, 2012 1:52 AM
After ruling that Samsung’s tablet was not as cool as the iPad, the U.K. court considered that a proper way to compensate the South Korean manufacturer was, among others things, for Apple to post a message which publicly clears Samsung of any accusations that it copied the iPad’s design.
The fruit-company has managed to score a stay in the case, at least until October, when Apple can be heard in front of the court. Those of you who hoped to see a huge “Samsung did not copy us” message while going to Apple’s website will have to wait a little bit more, at least until the beginning of Q4. Apple will undoubtedly try to make the ruling go away, one way or the other, and by that time the next iPhone will hopefully be out there to compete with the ever so popular Galaxy S III.