Apple Again Accused of Tampering With Evidence in Case Against Samsung

Dutch technology news site Webwereld on Friday uncovered new images that suggest Apple may again be tampering with photographic evidence used in its case against Samsung.

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In this instance, it appears as though an image submitted to a court in the Netherlands intentionally misrepresents the South Korea-based companys Galaxy S II smartphone.

While the Galaxy S II is both wider and taller than Apples iPhone 3GS, the image Apple submitted as evidence shows a device that is exactly the same height as the iPhone that appears next to it.

This past Monday, Webwereld revealed that Apple may have altered the dimensions of an image of Samsungs Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in an effort to make it look more like the iPad when submitted as evidence to a German court.

While that instance seemed extremely dubious Apples legal team actually presented an image where the physical proportions of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 were altered to match the iPad the Galaxy S II image seen above appears to just be reduced in size.

The accusations are serious nonetheless, and Samsungs legal team is undoubtedly examining the images in order to determine whether or not to take action.

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