Steve Jobs Contacted Samsung in July, 2010 About Patent Infringement

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    According to reports, Apple's Steve Jobs personally contacted Samsung in July of 2010, in order to negotiate terms when Apple first suspected Samsung's Galaxy S devices were violating Apple patents. Here's a quote from the PhoneArena article with a few details,
    Further industry intel indicates that Mr. Jobs was not directly involved in these negotiations, but was simply the "bearer of the olive-branch" to get negotiations started. Shortly after negotiations began, Samsung didn't agree with Apple's assessment of the situation, and felt that Apple was simply using their working relationship to pressure Samsung into compliance. This eventually led to the patent war that is going on now.

    Source: Android.net via PhoneArena
     
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    Is this somehow supposed to curry favor for Apple with their lawyer bringing this out? It seems likely they were trying to leverage Samsung due to their working relationship. Want to stay on top Apple? Build a superior product for good. They can't keep up with everyone though.
     
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