Samsung wins injunction appeal against Apple in Australia

Leeky

TS Evangelist
Barely a few days go by without news surfacing about Apple and Samsung as they feud in courts across the world. If you've been following the whole ordeal, you'll probably…

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treeski

TS Evangelist
It has taken over a month to realize that a judge didn't complete her review of the case? This is absurd. It caused Samsung to miss out on black Friday and cyber Monday in Australia...
 

Scshadow

TS Evangelist
Here is to hoping that Australians realize that Apple's attempt to take a competitor out of the market using the law (and probably using some bribery) is a desperate attempt to keep a stranglehold on the market against superior products. With a little bit of luck, the attention Apple has brought to Samsung will boost sales to make up for time lost.
 
G

Guest

I don't think missing the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales hurt Samsung being that profit margins take a huge hit during those days. Glad the ban is finally going to be lifted as there is no precedence in Apple's case, as was determined by the Australian courts. Great "win" for Samsung and this should make other companies realize they don't have to take Apple's crap.
 
G

Guest

I hope Samsung succeeds. Regardless of which device you like, competition is good for everyone.
 

Archean

TechSpot Paladin
Scshadow said:
Apple's attempt to take a competitor out of the market using the law (and probably using some bribery) is a desperate attempt to keep a stranglehold on the market against superior products.
Unfortunately, Galaxy Tab isn't a 'superior' product when compared with Apple's offering, for one simple reason i.e. Android. If it was able to deliver a compelling user experience, Android tablets would already be making reasonably significant dent on iPad sales, which they aren't ......