Now a Dutch website, Webwereld, has claimed that Apple, knowingly or otherwise, tampered with one of the images submitted to the court as part of its successful application. Apple claimed that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 “slavishly copied” the design of its iPad and that the two products are virtually identical.
One of the images submitted to the court to support this claim was one showing the two tablets side-by-side (below) and they are indeed tough to tell apart. The problem however emerges when you see that Apple has claimed the aspect ratio of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is 1.36 and very close to the iPad 2’s 1.30. The official Samsung dimensions show that the actual aspect ratio is 1.46.
The issue arose following investigation by Research Networks, whose report said: “There are two images, the iPad and the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and below Apple's claim that the 'general impression' is that the two products are 'virtually identical’. But the image of the tab is incorrect, because it does not match the real Galaxy Tab.” A further issue arose because the Samsung logo was absent from the front of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 making it look even more like the Apple tablet.
Following the injunction, Samsung has said it was going to “act immediately” to overturn the blockade and has an appeal hearing on 25 August when this issue is sure to be raised.
Source: Webwereld (translated)