Samsung is making an all out effort to overturn an Apple injunction against sales of iPad 2 look-alike the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia by appealing to the full bench of the Federal Court. The outcome of the appeal could have global ramifications for both companies and the tablet market as a whole.
Apple has succeeded in seriously denting the chances of Samsung's flagship tablet device competing for sales with the iPad in the Australian market, after a temporary injunction was granted in court today. The decision threatens the chances of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 ever making it to market in Australia.
Apple has rejected an out of court settlement offer made by Samsung over sales in Australia of the Android powered Galaxy Tab 10.1 challenger to the iPad 2 tablet, which Apple claims infringes its patents. The snub of Samsung's offer signals that Apple intends to go for broke like it has in Germany and try to ban sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia indefinitely.
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