Samsung Lawsuit a Conspiracy to Delay iPhone 5 Release Date?
Sep 20, 2011
Samsung vs Apple
While mobile casino gamers enjoy high quality games on both platforms, Apple and Samsung executives can’t stop fighting.
A fresh rumor has been spreading, which claims of a global conspiracy perpetrated upon Apple fans by a ruthless cabal with their eye on mobile domination. It seems that Samsung is preparing a patent suit against Apple, which will ban iPhone 5 sales at least in Korea. The lawsuit revolves around Samsung’s wireless technology patents, supposedly to be featured in the next Apple phone without authorization. iPhone casinos are in for a difficult time in Korea, if Samsung carries out its plans.
According to an anonymous source, close to the Korean manufacturer, Apple will not be able to launch the much anticipated iPhone 5 in case the suit succeeds. The source had the following comments: “For as long as Apple does not drop mobile telecommunications functions, it would be impossible for it to sell its i-branded products without using our patents. We will stick to a strong stance against Apple during the lingering legal fights.”
Up until today there are around twenty lawsuits between Samsung and Apple in various countries. Steve Jobs’ army of lawyers was the first to strike, banning sales of Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany and delaying them in Australia. And now its Samsung’s turn to fight back.
Meanwhile concerned fans of Android casinos are starting millions of threads on mobile casino forums, accusing their “colleagues” from the iPhone casinos camp of foul play. Apple followers reply with accusations that one cannot contest the features of a yet unannounced device.
Time will tell who’s right and who’s wrong as usual. One thing remains certain – mobile casino gambling is here to stay, and the increased intensity of legal battles between manufacturers can only lead to better media coverage and as a result to quicker development of mobile casino market.
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