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There's been a lot of talk over the last couple of years

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That's just plain silly.

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There's been a lot of talk over the last couple of years

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Darn, I hadn't really realized that Apple had invented the rectangle. . .go figure; again learning something new.

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This is great news!

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I read the title and thought this was going to be in the jokes and funny section.

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So i am gonan just say it but i think we need to go and Paten all the other weird shapes before apples does .

Imagine the iPad 7 looking like a Stop sigh

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i'm going to patent the shape of the oxygen molecule... now all you breathing things need to pay up!

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http://www.google.co...epage&q&f=false

1991 Already done by someone else.

Not the same, the short edges on that a totally curved.

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Now watch them go sue every single other phone manufacturer because they invented a shape LOL.

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Not the same, the short edges on that a totally curved.

Yes but enough - this would prove that there was/is prior art and the patent should not be made to stand

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Holy **** I thought this was going to be an article from The Onion. Wow...

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This is great news!

Not for the consumer.

In fact, it's downright stupid. You shouldn't be able to patent plainly obvious things like shapes or actions. :/

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Not for the consumer.

In fact, it's downright stupid. You shouldn't be able to patent plainly obvious things like shapes or actions. :/

Consumers need to suffer.

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Yes but enough - this would prove that there was/is prior art and the patent should not be made to stand

The real issue is that fact you can patent a shape to begin with.

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Consumers need to suffer.

Could you please explain why?

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i'm going to patent the shape of the oxygen molecule... now all you breathing things need to pay up!

Sorry but i Patent the Atom seu you need to pay up and i sue you for making such false claims on your patent

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I thought I was being warwagoned.... son imma dissapoint.

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doesn't a "rectangle with rounded corners" basically mean its no longer a rectangle.....when are the manufacturers of feminine products gonna sue apple for the use of the word "Pad" or Pea farmers sue apple for the use of the word "Pod"

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