Just last week we reported that Apple was given 48 hours by the UK court to revise their snide and contradictory "Samsung didn't copy us" statement. To refresh your memory, Apple lost their patent battle in the UK court and was ordered by the court to issue a public "pseudo-apology" by posting a statement on their website indicating that Samsung did not copy their designs. The statement they put up basically thumbed their noses at the UK court's ruling by suggesting the UK court must have been wrong because they won in other courts around the globe. This obviously violated the court's order, so Apple was given another directive in which they had 48 hours to revise the statement.

Below is a copy of the new statement followed by a source link to the Apple dedicated page where it is listed. Although the statement is written in heavy "legal-jargon" and will be difficult for some to understand, this new statement follows the directive from the UK court much better. It basically

Samsung / Apple UK judgment

On 9 July 2012 the High Court of Justice of England and Wales ruled that Samsung Electronic(UK) Limited’s Galaxy Tablet Computers, namely the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Tab 8.9 and Tab 7.7 do notinfringe Apple’s Community registered design No. 0000181607-0001. A copy of the full judgment of
the High Court is available from Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd v Apple Inc [2012] EWHC 1882 (Pat) (09 July 2012).

That Judgment has effect throughout the European Union and was upheld by the Court of Appeal of England and Wales on 18 October 2012. A copy of the Court of Appeal’s judgment is available from Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd v Apple Inc [2012] EWCA Civ 1339 (18 October 2012). There is no injunction in respect of the Community registered design in force anywhere in Europe.
Apple also put the following corrective statement up on their main page,

On 25 October 2012, Apple Inc. published a statement on its UK website in relation to Samsung's Galaxy tablet computers.That statement was inaccurate and did not comply with the order of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales.The correct statement is at Samsung/Apple UK judgement.
I am sure it was not easy for Apple to "eat crow" like that, but this time they complied correctly, and they did so within the 48 hour time limit they were given.

Source: Apple