|Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, August 12 2012 @ 03:35 PM EDT|
|If you charge more money, then you'll sell less market share |
over time. Offer more CHOICES and you'll create a more
Ubiquitous Market Share able to offer price differentials
that include customers from each end from poor to wealthy.
Apple has only successfully created another Niche market,
that although it can create Wealth, it can also turn into
just a fad gone bad too.
Every Louis Vuitton knows that his designs can never be so
Ubiquitous as to be bought and seen being worn by literally
everyone, by their very nature. There is a distinct between
being Copied and merely imitated. Imitation may be the
sincerest form of flattery, but it's not illegal, so long as
it doesn't cross the boundary of being a literal COPY!
I can say my phone is in the iPhone styled as if Apple had
created it, but that's where Samsung's attempts to bring the
Apple Jony Phone design failed. It's ok to be inspired by
another designer as long as you don't clone their design.
And that's exactly what this trial will prove and if not in
this courtroom and jury, on appeal. That Samsung may have
been inspired to imitate it's devices in the Apple iPhone
style, but they never took it to the point that they copied
or cloned them in any way.
Remember... all Samsung really has to do is prove they took
steps to insure that it's their Brand and Design features
that make their Smartphone unique to them. Having SAMSUNG
clearly printed on the box and device is only one way they
do that! ....it's all about a "Where's Waldo" game to be
played by the jurors and remember it only takes one to see
the differences that make Samsung's phones as unique to them
as iPhones are to Apple!
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