Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder, warned the Samsung Electronics executives in August 2010 in a meeting when they launched smartphone Galaxy will not copy the iPhone’s features, said the Apple patent licensing division, Boris Teksler, informs Bloomberg.
Boris Teksler was called August 10 to witness the intellectual rights of billions of dollars Apple filed against Samsung to court in San Jose, California. He said that Apple had a meeting with Samsung executives in August 2010 that warned them not to copy the iPhone smartphone.
Apple sued Samsung in April 2011. Apple and Samsung are the largest manufacturers of portable devices that combine the functionalities of a phone with a computer. This is the first that occurs before an American jury and is a battle taking place on four continents for supremacy on the smartphone market by Bloomberg estimated at 219.1 billion dollars Industries (178 billion euros).
Companies operating on a common market and each tries to convince jurors that rival violated patents related to design and technology.
During the investigation, Teksler confirmed that he was not present at the meeting between Jobs and Samsung executives held in August 2010. He indicated that at least five of the seven patents discussed in the process did not occur when the presentation list Apple Samsung executives in August 2010.