HTC v Apple: UK Court of Appeal decision
Judgment of the UK Court of Appeal in the patent case HTC v Apple (Case nos. A3/2012/2043 and 2044) has been delivered. The decision concerns Apple’s EP 2 098 948 and EP 1 964 022 patents. The ‘948 patent relates to computer devices with touch-sensitive screens that are capable of responding to more than one touch at a time. The ‘022 patent concerns the unlocking of a device by performing gestures on an unlock image.
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