“Apple has several avenues to string out, if not eliminate, damage from an import ban ordered by a U.S. trade panel yesterday on devices including the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 3G. It can appeal to President Barack Obama and an appeals court, and lobby Customs officials charged with enforcing import bans,” Decker and Satariano report.
Decker and Satariano report, “T-Mobile said yesterday it ‘doesn’t anticipate any impact of current and future supply of Apple devices.’ AT&T said it expects ‘minimal, if any, impact for customers wanting an iPhone 4 or iPad 2.’ The Cupertino, California-based Apple has indicated it won’t give up without a fight, even if only a few of the models it currently sells are blocked.”
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