SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The Apple v. Samsung case here has generated thousands of pages of exhibits, from which we pulled 17 pages that were widely cited or insightful. The eight-person jury is expected to start its deliberations on all the materials and testimony this week.
Much of the material in the case does not directly relate to the five patents Apple claims Samsung infringes in its smartphones and the two patents Samsung claims Apple infringes. Rather, they try to provide context on one of the most heated head-to-head battles in the fast-moving mobile market.
We start with two pages from one exhibit directly germane to one of the infringement issues in the case. Apple contends Samsung's side-by-side comparisons of a Samsung phone and the iPhone (below) are evidence the former infringes the technique on which Apple has a patent.