Apple is being failed in the attempt to prevent the introduction of Samsung‘s Galaxy Tab to 10.1 in Australia. A court refused the application for preliminary injunction, because Samsung was able to demonstrate that not the same as Samsung Samsung-Tablet-Tablet. Samsung‘s new Tablet PC, the Galaxy Tab to 1.10, this month in Australia come on the market. But standing patent dispute with rival Apple have prevented this being. A report of “Bloomberg” , Samsung has agreed, according to an agreement under which the launch of the Galaxy Tab will move as long ago an Australian Federal Court proceedings run for patent infringement.
In the process, Apple wants to ensure that Samsung‘s computer platform and branded as illegal copies may no longer be sold. Both the appearance and technologies such as Apple‘s touch screen would violate rights iPad. A total of ten patents infringed Samsung, which had been partially plagiarized almost “slavishly”.
In a statement the group said, Apple had its request for a preliminary injunction against Samsung not before the court can enforce. The action of the U.S. group was applicable only to the U.S. version of the Tablet PC. I want this Samsung but never offer in Australia, but only one at the local market, customized version, you hold on to the next. “A Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for the Australian market will be published shortly,” it says in the opinion.
An exact date for the start of sales calls but not the group. However, Apple‘s lawyers will find this event as the first. Because according to “Bloomberg” the South Koreans have committed no later than seven days before Apple‘s three devices that are intended for sale in Australia to make available for inspection.
The fact that Samsung was willing to postpone the launch of the Galaxy Tab, show clearly that Apple could probably actually make any legal claims, the “Sydney Morning Herald” . Moreover, it is not without irony that Apple is one of Samsung‘s biggest customers. The South Korean company provides, among others, the flash memory for the iPhone and the A5 processor made for the iPad.