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Apple wants to ban Samsung products in the U.S.

The patent war is far from over between Apple and Samsung. Accusing each other of patent infringement, the two firms intend to ban products of rival to the U.S. market.

A few days ago, Samsung has called for ban U.S. imports of iPhone and iPad manufactured abroad. The Korean group filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC), accusing Apple of violating five of its patents related to wireless technologies (see article). Today is the turn of the Cupertino-cons to attack.

Apple has filed a preliminary injunction to prohibit the sale of some of its products, reports MobileCrunch site. The Infuse 4G, 4G S Galaxy, the Droid Charge and tablet Galaxy Tab 10.1, copies of tablets and smartphones from Apple, says the firm at the apple, are affected by this injunction. “The message that sends to consumers with the Samsung design of his imitations of smartphones is simple:” It’s just like iPhone “” Apple rebels.

If justice were to agree with the Cupertino giant, rival Korean than two months would withdraw the four products for the U.S. market. A threat that could finally convince Samsung to negotiate an amicable settlement with Apple, and finally put an end to this war being waged patent Apple and Samsung since April. However, if the procedure goes to the end, and if the firm at the apple of his complaint was dismissed, it could seriously harm the image of Apple, said MobileCrunch. Now the firm has a reputation for relentlessly attacking its competitors as they launch a new product.

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