The patent dispute between Apple and Samsung rages on, and it looks like the Cupertino company has brought the Korean to the Federal Court of Australia. Well, Apple has won an agreement and this means that Samsung is not allowed to sell their new Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the country. At least not until the dispute has been resolved.
Since April, Apple has issued a lawsuit against Korean manufacturer Samsung for copying the looks and feel of its iPhone, iPod Touch and even the iPad tablet device. And Apple has seek an injunction on the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in countries including USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Australia, and it has won the agreement that stops Samsung from selling the tablet device in Australia. Well, that is until the dispute between both companies have been resolved.
Samsung has agreed to stop advertising the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia, and that the tablet will not be sold in the country, while Apple has agreed to compensate the Korean company for the lost sales if it loses the case. According to reports, Samsung has offered three Australian models of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Apple for examination.