Apple is probably not one bit happy with the website edit that they were forced to include on their UK website. However, they took it in stride and have added a few details that weren't mandated by the court--a few edits that could possibly get them in trouble. Take a look for yourself and decide:
The part I'm most interested in is the last paragraph in which they talk about their wins in other courts around the world. It makes it seem as though the English courts got it wrong, which I'm sure Apple believe through and through. However, it seems like the English court system might be upset by this addition. You can check it out on Apple's website.
Apple still has to place ads in UK national newspapers and technology-related publications to satisfy the requirements set forth by the English court system. I'd like to take this moment to say that this is something that every court system should do when a company invalidly sues another and basically libels them.