Sales of older iPhones, iPads banned as agency says Apple infringed on Samsung patent

Sales of older iPhones, iPads banned as agency says Apple infringed on Samsung patent

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A U.S. trade agency on Tuesday banned the sales of several iPhone and iPad models for infringing on a Samsung patent, dealing a high-profile setback to Apple's crusade against copycats. If upheld, the ruling would show that at least some of Apple's iconic technology duplicated that of its primary competitor...
Sales of older iPhones, iPads banned as agency says Apple infringed on Samsung patent
                           

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