We of course remember last time Apple to stop Samsung to public and sell its Galaxy Tab on IFA Exposition in German, but this time, on the contrary, Samsung is reportedly readying a legal pounce on Apple, hoping to surprise the Cupertino company in the post-climactic bliss of the iPhone 5 unveil. According to an unnamed Samsung insider, speaking to the Korea Times, the company’s goal is a complete sales ban on the fifth-gen iPhone in Korea, using various wireless patents Samsung holds to do so.
The Korean firm is apparently confident that Apple will not be able to figure out workarounds to the technology it has patented. “For as long as Apple does not drop mobile telecommunications functions, it would be impossible for it to sell its i-branded products without using our patents” the insider insists. “We will stick to a strong stance against Apple during the lingering legal fight.”
That legal fight has recently seen Samsung forced to pull its newest tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7.7, from the demo tables at IFA earlier this month. Meanwhile, a sales injunction is preventing Samsung from offering the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to German customers, though another unnamed executive seems confident that Apple’s case will be overturned.
As a consumer, we can’t say anything about the cases between Apple and Samsung. But we should believe that all reasonable competence is obey to the free market. And in the progress of competence, no doubt the products are getting some improvement somewhat.
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