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This revised statement is much more succinct and to the point. All mention of how a judge said Samsung's tablets weren't as 'cool' as Apple's has been excised, as has any reference to the case in Germany where Samsung was found to have copied the iPad. That bit where Apple talked about winning $1 billion from SamsungĀ in a patent case has gone too. Judge Sir Robin Jacob of the Court of Appeal wasn't impressed with Apple's original statement. "I'm at a loss that a company such as Apple would do this," he said. He called the statement a "plain breach of the order."This new statement will have to stick around on the Apple UK homepage until mid-December, providing it satisfies UK courts, that is. We'll have to wait and see what the bewigged ones think.

What do you make of it? Is it enough? Let me know in the comments below, or over on our Facebook page, Apple has put a iphone xs max tough grip - black/black new note live on its website regarding the ruling that Samsung didn't copy the iPhone and iPad, Apple has posted a new statement on its website regarding the recent ruling that Samsung didn't copy the iPhone and iPad, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

A picture of the HTC Droid DNA has come our way courtesy of @evleaks, the Twitter account behind a couple of previous leaks, that proved to be right on the money. And it's said to have the highest resolution display of any mobile device, at a staggering 440 pixels per inch (ppi). To put that in context, the iPhone's retina display is 326ppi. So the screen on this should be an absolute beauty. With 440ppi, it'll have a resolution of 1,080x1,920 pixels, which is the same as a 1080p TV. But on a 5-inch screen that fits in your hand. Madness.

The Droid DNA will be out in the US in early December, according to @evleaks, Though there's no word on whether us Brits will see it, If we do, I'm guessing the name will change, as with all HTC Droid handsets, I'm putting my money on something superlative, as with the iphone xs max tough grip - black/black HTC Incredible S or HTC Sensation XL, Maybe that could be it actually, the HTC Superlative, It certainly has a ring to it, The rest of the specs are said to be similar to the HTC J Butterfly, the 5-inch blower HTC recently announced for Japan, So it should have an 8-megapixel camera on the back that shoots 1080p video -- for watching on the 1080p screen -- 16GB storage, and 2GB of RAM, Android Jelly Bean should also be the order of the day, though version 4.1 rather than 4.2, A Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor should keep things running nice and smoothly..

This looks like an absolute beast, and a real challenger to the Galaxy Note 2. If the Note 2 sales are anything to go by, expect it to be seriously popular. Are you excited about the HTC Droid DNA? Are large phones the way forward? Let me know what you reckon in the comments, or on Facebook. HTC's Droid DNA has leaked, and it looks like a real challenger to the Galaxy Note 2. HTC is looking to cash in on the recent success of big phones by launching its very own 5-inch mobile-cum-tablet, SlashGear reports.