Apple fails to block the sale of the Galaxy S III in the U.S.
Because of scheduling problems, the judge in charge of demand has postponed its decision after the June 21 release date scheduled for the Samsung phone in the country.
Court Judge for the Northern District of California, Lucy Koh is not going to make a decision before the sale of the device to start at home, on 21 June. This time it’s not that the judge has determined that Samsung does not infringe copyright. It is simply a scheduling conflict. Koh has already saturated schedule to date.
Apple’s efforts are now focused on getting a California court date, but everything points to the signing of the apple when the S III will already have started selling in the U.S., as recorded by The Verge.
The Cupertino faced a similar problem when Judge Richard Posner delayed a patent trial between Apple and Motorola scheduled for June 11, citing the need for both parties to propose a case.
Apple filed the lawsuit against Samsung for violating its patents related to its interface in the Galaxy S III barely a week after the phone will start selling in 28 countries in Europe and Middle East (May 29). The company asked Tim Cook blocking the sale as a precautionary measure.
It is expected that the latest flagship smartphone Samsung begins shipping in the U.S. through five different operators.
News Gathered by India News
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