Apple is also against Samsung’s Galaxy S3 Mini and Grade 2

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Apple is Samsung’s attempt to negotiate with a district court in California patent case against the Galaxy Nexus for iPad and iPad Mini to expand 4, with a separate application answered. The iPhone maker now claims that Samsung illegally for the Galaxy S3 Mini and the Galaxy Note 2 uses Apple’s intellectual property.

 

As sources reports, refers to the font on six Samsung products. If the Presiding Judge Paul Singh Grewal Apple’s recent grant entry, then he must also face the Rugby Pro models, Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy S3 with Android employ 4.1. Since early November, the Galaxy S3 is only with version 4.0 mobile operating system from Google’s part of the dispute.

The lawsuit, which is the District Court in San Jose pending, it is primarily about software patents. It is not in direct connection with those proceedings, in which a jury trial in late August Apple zusprach $ 1.05 billion damages. This judgment is not yet final.

The report states that both parties fulfill their respective complaint and counterclaim probably add more devices. The evidence is to until 8 July will be completed in 2013. The beginning of the meeting is for 31 March 2014 provided.

Samsung and Apple are on the 6th December again against in court. Then, at a hearing, various issues to be addressed arising from the jury’s verdict of August. Among others, it will be about the proposed ban on the sale of Apple products as well as against eight Samsung Samsung’s attempt to rule to reject the entire lawsuit.

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