Yes, I agree, seems to me that Apple is doing a "Microsoft", going from offence to defence.
Seems to happen to all big "leaders" when they achieve the number one pole.
I remember Nokia having a similar case against some French company "copying" their candy bar design years ago. I do not think that case saved Nokia anything in any respect.
Perhaps going from offence to defence signals the start of something "big".
Sometimes I do wonder if the lawyers in big companies have to much power and nothing "clever" to do.
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