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In the technological soap opera that has become Apple and Samsung, the latest had been that Apple was granted an injunction that blocked the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 across practically all of Europe. The injunction was based on Apple having made the claim that Samsung was copying their designs more or less. However, tech site Webwereld made a curious observation in that Cupertino may have exaggerated their claims just a tad.
The site notes that Apple may have even altered the images of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to fit the case. The image above is from page 28 of a filing that was made by Freshfields Bruckhaus Derringer, which is Apple's European lawyer firm. Sure enough, the two tablets look pretty comparable with an aspect ratio of 4:3. However, the Tab has a 16:10 aspect ratio, and is narrower than the iPad.
Take a peek at the image below, via Engadget, comparing the Galaxy Tab and iPad. What do you think readers? Did Apple make some slight alterations? Feel free to leave your thoughts!
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