I was disappointed. I thought the individual infringements were going to be described.
I don't suppose anybody didn't know that Apple stole the whole GUI and the mouse from Zerox. I remember seeing a movie about the coming "paperless office". I think it might have been in '70 when we were delighted to get our Copier on the Klondike, I was the personnel and legal officer.
I have a very personal philosophical and practical connection with this. I am considered an excellent technical writer-editor. I was a contractor, so, my work was "for hire". However. the government's copyright was not exclusive. I could use anything which was determined not to be a security breach, after review, like that SEAL didn't do. Steve Jobs was a plagerist. There was nothing evil about the guys making a few free phone calls; that was reasearch and development. Real hacking is not evil. If I decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, or modify anything, that becomes my work of art, and I will gladly license my work to you. But Jobs contract with Atari was $3,500 to write the OS for their computer. He would get a bonus for every CHIP he re-designed that would reduce the number of chips in the computre. He had Wozniac design the chips and turned them in as his own. Jobs got, I think, a $35,000 bonus, correct me if I am off, He paid Wozniac half of the basic contract, but never paid him a cent of the bonus. I was writijg up a mild reminder and suggestion to repent of his ways. (I have been a full-time Christian Lay-minister for over thirty years, but Buddism teaches you not to cheat your neighbos too.)
Jobs seemed to keep the same philosiphy, There is a principal, and it is in Intrnational Law, the if an invention is so fundamental, (and simple), and is neccessary for a whole system, that you have to license it. Quit fighting over finger waves; just go ahead and license it. Jus stand down and "settle out of court", and both sides eat their own rediculous legal fees. The patent or copyright is for the benefit of the PUBLIC, not the producer. It seems the Apple still hasn't fallen far enough from the tree.