Apple now attacks Samsung’s Galaxy S III & Galaxy Note for patent infringement

It seems that Apple has not stopped yet! After winning the epic patent infringement case against Korean giant Samsung, the Cupertino based tech giant has in a separate court filing said that four more Samsung devices infringes on its patent.


The infringement cases earlier related to older devices which are not in the market to much of an extent but now Apple is targeting the newer device of Samsung.

In a court filing made in San Jose federal court on Friday, Apple has said that Samsung’s Galaxy S III (including Verizon’s version), Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1 infringe on four of Apple’s patent which include the ‘647 “Data Detectors” patent, the ‘721 “Slide-to-unlock” property, the ‘172 “Word completion” invention and the ‘604 “Universal search” patent.
Now it will be interesting to see if the Court finds these major, hot-selling products of Samsung infringing on Apple’s patent or not.
In the previous case Apple went on to win hands down against Samsung and is bound to get a total compensation of about $1.05 billion from Samsung.