Apple Fails To Block US Launch Of Galaxy S III Due To Scheduling Conflict

Posted on Jun 13 2012 - 10:40am by Editorial Staff

Apple last week tried to seek a legal order over the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S III in United States, which is scheduled for later this month. The Cupertino-giant plans is seeing a U-turn in its plan after Judge Lucy Koh says overseeing a ruling before the scheduled June 21st launch would effectively as it overload her calendar.

If Apple wants to make this happen, it has to request a new hearing date, which would likely to be scheduled after its launch. Samsung has already booked over 9 million preorders of the Galaxy S III. US all five carriers – T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular and AT&T – are all set to release the most-awaited phone.

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