Re: Another prior art work
> Unless Logitech can show that their solution is totally different OR has a prior
> date to this application then there is nothing for them to gain from starting
> a case against Apple.
Ah, I miss that part. Must be the lack of coffee and the fact that I'm fighting against the urge for an afternoon siesta. Still, that means Apple have a strong case to have the patent granted- by licensing out the designs before the patent was even granted.
> I wonder how many sizes it will come in, and will we have to buy a new one
> for each new generation of iThing.
I suspect only iPhone/iPod and iPhone Plus - given how Apple is also pushing a more traditional gamepad design (ie said SteelSeries Stratus) for the Apple TV and iPad. And well, I suspect the Bluetooth ones will at least last across several generations.