So we brought you news that the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung was given an injunction by the court in Apple’s favor, meaning the smartphone should no longer be on sale in the US. Obviously, Samsung is not going to take this affront lying down, and they have begun an appeal process against said ban. This particular appeal is filed on seven grounds, where among them include the claim that Apple is unable to prove that their market share is currently being eaten into by sales figures of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is tipped to be the first smartphone on sale that will be powered by the latest version of Android, which is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In fact, many say that Jelly Bean will arrive as a software update sometime in the middle of this month. What do you think of the situation – is the injunction against Samsung yet another sign that Apple has been too aggressive in using their patents to prevent competition in the free market?
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