Apple seeks to add to Jelly Bean in his new lawsuit against Samsung
A few days after Apple won the lawsuit against Samsung in the U.S. for violating its patents, the Cupertino company to sue again the Koreans for breaking their patents in 22 other new devices that were not included in the first application.
In the context of this case, which is being led by Judge Paul Grewal in federal court in San Jose, Apple asked the judge in the lawsuit include the operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean of Google, the funny thing is that all this was performed at the same hearing where Samsung explained why they should be added to the iPhone 5 in its counterclaim to Apple.
The justification for Apple to add delay to your Android Jelly Bean lawsuit against Samsung for infringing its patents is because lawyers Cupertino company waited for the Google operating system was in all versions of the Galaxy Nexus in the United States (because carriers like Verizon and Sprint usually fall behind in launching Android updates for their clients).
Link: Apple hopes to add Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to latest Samsung lawsuit (The Verge)Tags: Apple, Apple vs Samsung, Demand, Demands, Judicial, Samsung