The next patent litigation between Apple and Samsung ended in favor of the first company. According to the verdict of the US Federal District Court, the South Korean manufacturer is obliged to stop the sale of certain smartphone models that violate Apple patents in the United States. The same applies to software whose work is tied to the capabilities indicated in the patents – the Slide-to-unlock method of unlocking and the technology for quickly searching for stored data on the device. The flagship devices of previous years, namely Samsung Admire, Galaxy Nexus, were banned. , Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, Galaxy S II Skyrocket, Samsung Stratosphere, Galaxy S III. The damage to the company itself is not significant, because all of the above models have long been discontinued and it is extremely difficult to find them on store shelves. The latest smartphone from the list was released in 2012, other devices are even older. However, the decision made by the court may harm users directly, Samsung representatives say.