Nobody can get any traction against Apple
that is worrying. The assumption is always that the regulator is not siding with ... well, sides. If this is not true, that raises the question about validity of the regulator itself, in this case International Trade Commission.
Of course it might be that all the cases brought against Apple in ITC were trivial and non-patentable, but nevertheless the unusual statistics raises a question, quis custodiet ipsos custodes?