Apple Requests Injunction Against the Samsung Galaxy S III

Apple Requests Injunction Against the Samsung Galaxy S III

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Apple has ask a California court to add the Samsung Galaxy S III to a motion requesting a preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus, reports FOSS Patents.

Apple made this move approximately 20 hours after I wrote about the Galaxy S III being "the obvious next target". In my blog post I speculated that Apple might bring a preliminary injunction motion against it, possibly after awaiting tomorrow's preliminary injunction hearing. Apple decided to forge ahead now. Apple is on the offensive against Android. Earlier this week it filed an ITC complaint requesting an immediate import ban of 29 allegedly-infringing HTC devices. There's an important overlap: the "data tapping" patent that Apple is seeking to enforce against HTC's current generation of products is one of two patents Apple is using against the S III.

Notably, Apple notes that "[a]ccording to press reports, Samsung has already sold over nine million preorders of the Galaxy S III; indeed, the Galaxy S III has been reported to be the most extensively preordered piece of consumer electronics in history."

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Apple Requests Injunction Against the Samsung Galaxy S III

Apple like POS - June 7, 2012 at 8:19am
I hope apple fail or get sue one day all there fucking $ go up apple leave the company alone ass hold 😜
Kit - June 7, 2012 at 9:32pm
Copiers get sued and fucken dumb shits like you can go fuck your Android phones. That's all they're good for. Enjoy your third rate device, you deserve it. Samsuck are thieving Asian cunts. Nothing more.
ksider - June 11, 2012 at 10:51pm
When APPLE copies is called INNOVATION, when other copy is INFRINGEMENT. And Steve Jobs proudly said that he is proud to have copied from everyone... Now, that someone else is doing a good product - they SUE.
Rapid - June 7, 2012 at 12:24am
I am sick of apple"s tactics, shame on them to do this. Mr jobs is gone, now they have no one to protect them, hence these law suits. They copy others , everyone knows that including late mr Jobs. So, shut up and stop this nonsense & move on by producing creative phones. Embrace the competition & step up.
gringo - June 7, 2012 at 12:27am
Mr jobs was the one that initiated these things, I was hoping the guys that run the company now would stop pursuing the same tactics as jobs. Apparently, they've all signed a "pledge" to continue what jobs was doing, so no more hope...
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