On October 25, Apple published the first attempt at a court-ordered Samsung-didn’t-copy-us statement on its UK site. A link was tucked away at the bottom of the home page, and the statement itself contained much cheekiness.
As such, Apple was ordered to try again, including a clearly visible statement – not just a link – on its home page. Well, it’s now live, but you’ll have to scroll down to see it – regardless of your screen resolution.
A Reddit user has noticed that it’s necessary to scroll down to see Apple’s statement, whether you’re rocking a resolution of 1920 x 1080 or 2560 x 1440.
Over on the US Apple site, a higher resolution welcomes more content, including the very bottom of the page.
Somewhat ironically, the statement reads: “On 25 October 2012, Apple Inc. published a statement on its UK website in relation to Samsung's Galaxy tablet computers. That statement was inaccurate and did not comply with the order of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales.”
We’re not sure if Apple is technically breaking any rules, but we’re kinda not-so-secretly hoping they get in trouble again. Maybe they should dedicate the entire landing page to the apology? Just an idea.