The wireless carrier T-Mobile USA asked the court on Wednesday to prevent the ruling requested by Apple Inc. to ban the sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G, citing the sales on holiday this year.
Such injunction of the two popular consumer products that will help increase its 2011 holiday sales would never harm T-Mobile and thousands of U.S. consumers, stated by T-Mobile before the United States District Court of Northern District of California, San Jose Division.
T-Mobile also requested to the court to allow them to appear at the injunction hearing on Oct. 13 and attend to an oral argument on issues relating to the problem.
Apple first requested in the court in July for the first ruling preventing the company Samsung Electronics and its U.S. entities from offering, selling, or importing to the U.S. some of its products including the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computers and Galaxy S 4G, accusing these devices steps their patents.
Not only T-Mobile disagrees in this injunction but also Verizon Wireless which is also a big wireless carrier company in the U.S., the company asked the court last week to reject Apple’s request for the ruling in the U.S., as it would hold back the wireless carrier in developing its next generation high-speed LTE network.