SAN JOSE, CA—”Where were you on January 9, 2007?”
That was the first question Apple’s lawyer, Harold McElhinny, put to a jury of eight in a federal courtroom. It’s the beginning of the second major trial in a long-running patent war in which Apple has accused its chief competitor, Samsung, of infringing several of its patents.
The iPhone led the world from physical keyboard to “tapping on a glass face,” he said. “Do you remember when people used to talk on telephones? When there were pay telephones on every corner? It all changed that day in January.”
Read 34 remaining paragraphs | Comments