An interview by Bloomberg with Apple vs Samsung Jury foreman Vel Hogan reveals some interesting information regarding how the jury felt during the case.
According to Hogan, the case initially bored and confused most of the jury – many of the jury was not familiar with the patent trial process, leading to a lot of indetermination in an initial favorite. As the case progressed, Hogan explains, the jury came to a process that allowed them to work together to quickly agree points, and come back to other more difficult points later. Hogan says he helped explain some of the patent trial processes to the jury along the way to help move things along.
Hogan explained that while most of the jury was conflicted on who was in the right or wrong, he was initially leaning toward Samsung until more and more evidence piled against the manufacturer. Being a patent holder himself, he decided he would defend it if it was his patent and used to that to explain some of the evidence to the other jurors.
Hogan also stated that the jury relied heavily on the jury instructions while examining each patent, contrary to prior reports. These forms provided by Koh apparently assisted the jury in completing deliberations swiftly.
You can get more details from the interview on Bloomberg.