Apple seeks to add Galaxy S4 to second Samsung patent infringement lawsuit

“In preparation for its second patent trial against Samsung scheduled for Spring 2014, Apple has revealed it will seek to include Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 smartphone in a list of 22 products it believes infringe iOS user interface patents,” Matt Brian reports for The Verge. “As part of its statement filed with the US District Court in California yesterday Apple said it analyzed the Galaxy S4 after its release, and has ‘concluded that it is an infringing device and accordingly intends to move for leave to add the Galaxy S4 as an infringing product.'”

“In order to add the Galaxy S4 to a list of infringing products it originally filed in August 2012, Apple will ‘eliminate (without prejudice)’ one of Samsung’s accused smartphones and tablets,” Brian reports. “While the court wants Apple and Samsung to remove products from their lists, Apple believes the Galaxy S4 poses a more immediate threat than at least one of the other Galaxy devices it has already named.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple Inc.’s List Of Accused Products Pursuant To Court Order Of April 24, 2013:

1. Admire
2. Captivate Glide
3. Conquer 4G
4. Dart
5. Exhibit II 4G
6. Galaxy Nexus
7. Galaxy Note
8. Galaxy Note 10.1
9. Galaxy Note II
10. Galaxy Player 4.0
11. Galaxy Player 5.0
12. Galaxy Rugby Pro
13. Galaxy SII
14. Galaxy SII Epic 4G Touch
15. Galaxy SII Skyrocket
16. Galaxy SIII
17. Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
18. Galaxy Tab 8.9
19. Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
20. Illusion
21. Stratosphere
22. Galaxy S4

Samsung recently released its newest smartphone, the Galaxy S4, which began shipping in late April 2013. Based on Apple’s analysis of the Galaxy S4, Apple has concluded that it is an infringing device and accordingly intends to move for leave to add the Galaxy S4 as an infringing product. Upon the grant of such motion, Apple will eliminate (without prejudice) one of the Accused Products named herein, so that it will continue to accuse only 22 products of infringement at this stage of the litigation.


  1. Spring of 2014?
    That’s really bad. The punishment when Goosung is found guilty should take into account all this time when the devices were not able to be banned.

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