Apple to take Samsung to court over the Galaxy Tab 10.1N

Apple once again target Samsung's flagship tablet over claimed patent infringements

Apple and Samsung are to return to the court rooms as the revised Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N is claimed to infringe on Apple patents

Apple looks set to reignite its longstanding legal disputes with bitter rival Samsung with the two companies set to return to court as Apple looks to once again have sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned in Germany.

Having previously been removed from German shelves following a court ruling Apple is reportedly now set to target the revised Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as the ongoing patent cases between the two tablet rivals hits new heights in the country.

Seeking an injunction against the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N, Apple is set to appear in Dusseldorf’s higher regional court on June 5th in an attempt to have the revised tablet, which features a revised bezel and a relocated speaker compared with its original model namesake, once again banned from sale.

Despite Apple looking to have the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N removed from sale, it is expected that the tablet’s replacement, the MWC 2012 unveiled Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will be released shortly after the courts make their decision on the first-generation tab.

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Via: MacWorld