The iPhone maker was awarded $1bn (£660m) in damages after successfully suing its Korean rival for patent violation, and has since admitted that Samsung's "copying" ran "far deeper" than it first appeared.
"We are grateful to the jury for their service and for investing the time to listen to our story and we were thrilled to be able to finally tell it," read a statement from Apple.
"The mountain of evidence presented during the trail showed that Samsung's copying went far deeper than even we knew."
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Apple went on to praise the jury involved in the case, and insisted that the dispute was motivated by its "values" rather than financial gain.
"The lawsuits between Apple and Samsung were about much more than patents or money. They were about values," the company added.
"At Apple, we value originality and innovation and pour our lives into making the best products on earth. We make these products to delight our customers, not for our competitors to flagrantly copy.
"We applaud the court for finding Samsung's behaviour wilful and for sending a loud and clear message that stealing isn't right."
Samsung has said that it intends to appeal the ruling, but Apple is expected to now push for sales bans on the firm's infringing products.