Last week, Apple won injunctions against both Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. White sees the victories as one step in Apple’s lengthy battle against Android — a showdown he said the iPhone maker is “well prepared for,” with $110.2 billion in net cash as of the second quarter of its fiscal year 2012. Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs vowed to biographer Walter Isaacson that his company would “destroy” Android, as he considered it to be a “stolen product.” Jobs said he was “willing to thermonuclear war” and would have spent “every penny” that Apple had to “right this wrong.” While Apple’s legal success against the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 10.1 are important decisions, those devices are not major sellers at the same level as the newly released Galaxy S III. Samsung has already announced that it expects sales of the Galaxy S III to reach 10 million this month, even in the face of demand outstripping supply. Apple failed to block the June 21 U.S. launch of the Galaxy S III because Koh said she couldn’t fit the issue on her calendar on such short notice. The docket for the case between Apple and Samsung has become particularly crowded leading up to the official trial, which will begin at the end of this month.

Last week, Apple won injunctions against both Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. White sees the victories as one step in Apple’s lengthy battle against Android — a showdown he said the iPhone maker is “well prepared for,” with $110.2 billion in net cash as of the second quarter of its fiscal year 2012.

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs vowed to biographer Walter Isaacson that his company would “destroy” Android, as he considered it to be a “stolen product.” Jobs said he was “willing to thermonuclear war” and would have spent “every penny” that Apple had to “right this wrong.”

While Apple’s legal success against the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 10.1 are important decisions, those devices are not major sellers at the same level as the newly released Galaxy S III. Samsung has already announced that it expects sales of the Galaxy S III to reach 10 million this month, even in the face of demand outstripping supply.

Apple failed to block the June 21 U.S. launch of the Galaxy S III because Koh said she couldn’t fit the issue on her calendar on such short notice. The docket for the case between Apple and Samsung has become particularly crowded leading up to the official trial, which will begin at the end of this month.

Last week, Apple won injunctions against both Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. White sees the victories as one step in Apple’s lengthy battle against Android — a showdown he said the iPhone maker is “well prepared for,” with $110.2 billion in net cash as of the second quarter of its fiscal year 2012.

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs vowed to biographer Walter Isaacson that his company would “destroy” Android, as he considered it to be a “stolen product.” Jobs said he was “willing to thermonuclear war” and would have spent “every penny” that Apple had to “right this wrong.”

While Apple’s legal success against the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 10.1 are important decisions, those devices are not major sellers at the same level as the newly released Galaxy S III. Samsung has already announced that it expects sales of the Galaxy S III to reach 10 million this month, even in the face of demand outstripping supply.

Apple failed to block the June 21 U.S. launch of the Galaxy S III because Koh said she couldn’t fit the issue on her calendar on such short notice. The docket for the case between Apple and Samsung has become particularly crowded leading up to the official trial, which will begin at the end of this month.

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