Apple sues Samsung again for copying the iPhone's design, this time in South Korea
As if Apple and Samsung's patent infringement catfight weren't distracting enough,
Apple is recreating the legal spectacle in Samsung's home country of South Korea.
Apple just filed a suit against Samsung Electronics in Seoul Central District Court,
with Cupertino alleging that the Samsung Galaxy S copies the third-generation iPhone,
according to a report from the online news site, MoneyToday.
That closely matches the claims Apple made when it it sued Samsung back in April for 'slavishly' copying the iPhone and iPad.
Since then, Apple's expanded its case to include additional Samsung devices, including the Droid Charge, Infuse 4G,
Nexus S 4G, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy S II, and a handful of others. Meanwhile,
Samsung has attempted (in vain) to subpoena prototypes of Apple's next-gen iPhone and iPad.
We wouldn't be surprised if Samsung abandoned its efforts to peek Apple's forthcoming products,
but if this is, indeed, destined to be a case of déjà vu, Samsung might well strike back with a suit of its own.