There is some good news for Apple and the iPad in China. The Shanghai Pudong New Area People's Court ruled in favor of Apple and denied an injunction request from Proview that would have banned sales of the tablet device in the Chinese city. Both the local Xinmin Evening News and Reuters confirmed this decision. This Shanghai ruling is a win for Apple, but a bigger decision, that could decide the fate of the iPad in China, looms ahead of the Cupertino company.
Reuters reports that a Shanghai court has declined to issue an injunction that would have barred sales of Apple's iPad in the city, a ruling that is part of the dispute between Apple and Proview Technology over the trademark on the ... Read Post
A Shanghai court has denied a request to keep Apple's iPad out of the city's stores. The request for a temporary injunction had come from Proview International Holdings, a monitor company in the midst of a trademark dispute over the... Read Post
The embattled monitor maker Proview which fights Apple over rights to the iPad name in China has suffered a blow as the Shanghai Pudong New Area People’s Court rejected a preliminary injunction against the sale of iPad. This means... Read Post