Reports are claiming that Apple has removed the code from the home page of its website that hid its apology to Samsung - and the link to the statement about the UK judges ruling that Samsung had not copied Apple - below the fold so that users had to scroll down the page to see it.
While the company has removed the code from the page, if you have a small display you still won't see it when you visit the www.apple.com/uk or www.apple.co.uk page. For example, we still have to scroll down to see the message on the 21in screen we have plugged into a MacBook Pro, while our colleagues on 27in iMacs can read the statement in all its glory.
Apple has also stopped redirecting UK residents to the UK site at www.apple.com/uk. This means that if the user lives in the UK they will arrive on the US site unless they search for www.apple.co.uk - a site that until recently wasn't even owned by Apple.
Apple had to update the statement about Samsung on its UK website to comply with a court ruling last Thursday. There is now a more detailed explanation of the existence of the statement on the home page of the Apple UK website, and it links to a page where two paragraphs of text explain the ruling.
Apple also reprinted the statement in The Guardian on Saturday.