Will Samsung Galaxy S III may undergo ban in the U.S.? A big question of course, but today little earlier it was learned Apple attorney say the iDevice giant could request for temporary ban of the Samsung hot device in the U.S. later this month when it will be launched on June 21 there.
Apple attorney Josh Krevitt cited usual ongoing patent infringements and the giant believes that the new phone of Samsung are in violation of patents. Last year Apple sued Samsung for copying key elements of iPad and iPhone in Galaxy phones and tablets.
According to this Tuesday’s court filing, the iPhone and iPad maker alleged Samsung Galaxy S III violated two software related patents -U.S. Patent No. 8086604 and No. 5946647, which are “unified search” and “links for structures” respectively.
For Further Reading:
- Samsung releases teaser video of Galaxy S III; Pokes fun of Apple
- Samsung Galaxy S III pre-orders crosses 9 million mark
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Launching Nov 2 – Springboard On Nov 9
- Samsung giving free tickets to London Olympic to Galaxy S III first 50 customers
- Samsung Galaxy S2 Overclocked To 1.5 GHz
- Samsung Galaxy S III to reach U.S. stores this June
- Samsung Galaxy B to have bazel-less display reports South Korean newspaper
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