quote: slide to unlock: used for centuries to lock doors, not a real invention, let alone innovation - patented by Apple
quote: rectangle: used for centuries, pretty simple, rectangular tablets have been used in sci-fi for decades, dating back to the 50's on TV and in movies, even further than that in books by Robert Heinlein and Issac Asimov (one such item described in Second Foundation in pretty good detail) - patented by Apple
quote: icons on a screen: used for decades on all sorts of computer interfaces. It's kind of a "no duh" default interface for many things - patented by Apple as their "iPhone and iPad experience"
quote: All things Apple claims as an "innovation". They clearly exploit the patent system. They didn't invent any of it. They don't even come close to deserving anything for this. It's not innovation, it's taking what the customer wants and presenting it to them. It's what has been asked for by customers for decades. To claim this as "innovation" is like claiming pairing scrambled eggs with bacon is "innovation." Talk about super lame. Apple is exactly that.
quote: He's just too brainwashed to be retrieved.