Samsung's Chief Product Officer Kevin Packingham has been complaining that Apple is being “unreasonable” in the Apple versus Samsung case. 

Packingham told Wired that he thinks: “It is unreasonable that we’re fighting over rectangles, that that’s being considered as an infringement.”

He claimed in an interview with Wired that Samsung is defending itself against claims that are “defying common sense”.

"We’re all scratching our heads and saying, 'How is this possible that we’re actually having an industry-level debate and trying to stifle competition?'" Packingham told Wired.

"Consumers want rectangles and we’re fighting over whether you can deliver a product in the shape of a rectangle."

[Note: we wondered whether by speaking to Wired Samsung is in contempt of court]

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