South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is now pulling back its Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from stores in some countries because of legal challenges from Apple.
Apple lawsuits have prevented the company from launching the tablet in the Australian market and will soon enforce a ban in Europe too. Apple claims that Samsung’s mobile products are copies of Apple’s iPad and iPhone.
Apple filed lawsuits against the company is various countries and many courts have agreed with Apple’s allegations. The U. S. International Trade Commission is looking into the matter and a ban might also be enforced in the country.
Samsung has appealed against the decision and expressed disappointment that the ban was imposed without hearing or presentation of evidence from Samsung. However, the South Korean giant is facing another injunction in Australia and has to appear or hearing in the Netherlands.
Apple appears to be getting ore aggressive in protecting its leading position in the tablet and mobile market after facing tough competition from Google’s Android based devices. Experts say that Apple is really targeting rival Google by suing Android manufacturers.
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