Here`s what apple patient claims
'381 patent: Relates to the "bounce-back" feature when scrolling beyond the edge of a photo or document.
'915 patent: Relates to a device capable of distinguishing between a single-touch scroll operation and a multitouch "pinch-to-zoom" operation.
'163 patent: Relates to touch to double-tapping to enlarge and center portions of an electronic document.
D '677 patent and D '087 patent: Relates to the front face of an electronic device, as embodied by the iPhone.
D '305 patent: Relates to a user-interface design depicting a grid of rounded square icons against a black background.
D '889 patent: Relates to the industrial design of a tablet computer.
Trade dress (a legal term that refers to a product's physical appearance, including its size, shape, color, design, and texture):
Dilution: Apple asserts that Samsung's smartphones dilute its iPhone trade dresses (one registered, two unregistered), and that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 dilutes its unregistered iPad and iPad 2 trade dresses.
Infringement: Apple alleges that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringes its unregistered iPad and iPad 2 trade dresses.
Antitrust: Apple alleges that Samsung's assertion of patents that are essential to 3G standards constitutes a violation of federal and California antitrust law.
Samsung's Patent Claims
'516 patent: Directed to scaling down the transmit power of certain radio broadcast channels before other channels, to give priority to the most important data channels.
'941 patent: Describes a more efficient use of radio resources by reducing overhead associated with transmitting a particular type of data unit.
'711 patent: Allows a user to play music while the user multitasks and accesses other programs and menus.
'460 patent: Allows a user to take a picture on a phone/tablet, immediately review the picture in a gallery mode, and then seamlessly e-mail it along with a message.
'893 patent: Allows a user of a phone/tablet to browse pictures in the gallery, switch to the camera mode, take a picture, and then switch back to the last picture viewed in the gallery.