Samsung’s long battle with Apple has entered a pivotal new phase.
A patent case between the two tech rivals was reopened late Thursday evening, Law 360 reports. The major outstanding question is how much Samsung will have to pay Apple for infringing on the iPhone’s design.
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This case has a long and complicated history stretching back to 2011. You could spend hours exploring this rabbit hole, but the most relevant bit to Thursday’s news came last month, when the Supreme Court reversed a ruling that would have forced Samsung to pay Apple $399 million for copying aspects of the iPhone’s design. Read more…