Apple and Samsung have been recreating the Cold War through their own mutually assured destruction policy, and nowhere is that more apparent than their Pyrrhic victories in South Korea. For Apple, however, the pain will be just a little easier to bear. A Seoul court has confirmed that it’s staying the ban on older iPads and iPhones until Apple can complete the appeals process; the Cupertino crew won’t face the full penalty unless the appeals court upholds the verdict. Samsung hasn’t yet asked for a similar pause on a ban covering some of its Android devices, though, which could lead to at least a momentarily lopsided situation in Samsung’s home country. It’s nonetheless a brief reprieve in a war that sadly won’t end anytime soon.
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South Korea delays ban on iPads and iPhones until Apple can appeal originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 11 Oct 2012 16:38:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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