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ITC votes to ban importation of iPhones, iPads

6/5/2013 06:37 AM EDT
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Bert22306
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Bert22306   6/5/2013 8:16:21 PM
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This is the bad karma I was referring to, during that absurd trial last year.

Duane Benson
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Duane Benson   6/5/2013 6:37:10 PM
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Are the "3" models still being imported and sold? If not, that would certainly reduce the impact of the ruling. Regardl3ess, I'll be really surprised if it ends up going into to place. I suppose it does happen, but t seems pretty rare that a product so popular from such a big company would actually be turned away at the border.

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mcgrathdylan   6/5/2013 1:03:13 PM
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Actually, the iPad 4 was not among the products listed in the ruling. Please forgive the error. The products listed were: iPhone 4 (AT&T models); iPhone 3GS (AT&T models); iPhone 3 (AT&T models); iPad 3G (AT&T models); and iPad 2 3G (AT&T models) The ruling can be viewed here: http://www.usitc.gov/secretary/fed_reg_notices/337/337-794_notice06042013sgl.pdf

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maqua   6/5/2013 9:44:45 AM
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Is iPad 4 included?

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