Samsung’s banned tablet to be available Friday
“Samsung believes Apple has no basis for its application for leave to appeal,” Samsung said in a statement.
In the judgment handed down earlier this week overturning the ban the court added Samsung had to keep accounts of all devices sold across Australia.
You can read the whole judgment here.
The case in Australia between Apple and Samsung is just one of a number of legal battles between the two companies in a number of other markets around the world.
Apple alleged patent infringements with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1’s design and touchscreen which led to the case to come before the courts in September.
On October 13, Apple was granted an injunction to ban the Samsung tablet from being sold in Australia.
The latest decision has revered that injunction and will allow Samsung to begin selling the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia on December 9.
Apple, meanwhile, is working on appealing the decision.