What do you do when you can’t innovate, well you sue those who innovate. That has been Apple’s big moto for the past years. The Cupertino-based company has recently requested an early injunction hearing against Samsung with one goal in mind, to ban the sale of the U.S. Galaxy S III on June 21. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has denied Apple’s request by simply saying that it will “overload” her current calendar. The iPhone maker will still be able to hold a hearing but it will not happen at this time.
Following their somewhat failed WWDC 2012, Apple does not have an answer for the Galaxy S III at this moment. So why not try to get it banned until they are able to launch the next iPhone, right?
Nice try Apple, nice try…