Apple, which recently became the world's most valuable firm, has been facing various legal issues.
In a separate case, it was fined $2.3m (£1.5m) in Australia for its claims on 4G capabilities of the iPad.
And it is still not clear how much it may have to pay to Samsung in damages.
The Dutch court did not specify any amount, but the damages will be calculated based on sales of Apple's iPhone and iPad in the Netherlands.
"In accordance with the ruling, we will seek adequate compensation for the damages Apple and its products have caused."
However, the two firms have been involved in dozens of patent cases and disputes relating to designs of their respective products.
Analysts said that with so many cases being fought by the two firms in different countries, neither of the parties may emerge as the overall winner.
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