On August 27, it was revealed that Apple had been denied, once again, on a specific sales ban on Samsung-branded devices. Now, according to a new report, Apple is going to appeal that decision.
At the end of 2013, Apple filed another motion asking for an injunction against Samsung devices, and since then has been denied on multiple occasions. Today, a new report states that Apple has yet again been denied a sales ban on Samsung smartphones.
The legal battles between Apple and Samsung have been extensive, and there’s no end in sight, but apparently it’s starting to even out behind the scenes when it comes to parts supply.
We’ve seen several celebrities and tech industry leaders like Apple’s CEOÂ Tim Cook, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and many more take the Ice Bucket ChallengeÂ to raise awareness and donations towards the diseaseÂ amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Samsung announced a metal frame Android smartphone called the Galaxy Alpha earlier this month that looks very similar to the iPhone. Popular designerÂ Martin Hajek, known for his iPhone concepts, today posted new 3D renders comparing the Galaxy Alpha with the iPhone 5s and the larger iPhone 6.
Apple and Samsung have worked together to bring the A-series processors to Apple’s mobile devices for quite some time, but it looks like that relationship is starting to crumble. More than that, Samsung is feeling the effects as the outlook for their logic chips business is reportedly not looking so good.