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SAMPLE OF A GOOD ARGUMENT - taken from Apple Insider - Countering Samsung's allegations that the iPhone borrowed design elements from Sony, Apple has revealed an iPhone prototype dating back to 2005 that shares many design elements with the iPhone 4 released in 2010.
Referred to internally as "Purple," the prototype created in August 2005 was revealed in new court documents in the Apple-Samsung lawsuit, which is set to kick off in court today. The filing, highlighted by The Verge on Monday, shows a white iPhone dominated by a touchscreen on the front, with a home button below the display that reads "Menu."
The prototype design has flat sides and curved corners much like the iPhone 4, and the back of the device has a spot for a camera lens in the upper right corner. Apple revealed the "Purple" design in an attempt to show the court that its smartphone design was not stolen from Sony.
ratify because it's a rally good document and James Madison is brilliant, and we really do need a better government because we will no longer have a country if we don't do this and we don't want to do that because we don't to be taken over by Britain.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!
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