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Back in June, Apple posted a $2.6 million bond that paved the way for it to enforce a preliminary injunction against Samsung's tablet in the U.S. Since then, Samsung has tried to lift that ban, saying that the infringement didn't hold up. Until now, it didn't have enough firepower to win that argument. It's possible now that it might. The possibility of reinstating sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 might be the sole good news Samsung has seen since last Friday. That's when a jury awarded Apple $1.05 billion in damages from Samsung. The jury found Samsung in violation of five of six Apple patents.

According to Bloomberg, Samsung has requested damages from Apple since its Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been transluscent folio case for iphone 7 plus & iphone 6/6s plus banned without cause, The company also asked Judge Lucy Koh to rule on the request without a hearing, according to Bloomberg, CNET has contacted Samsung for comment on the Bloomberg report, We will update this story when we have more information, The company says that since its tablet hasn't infringed an Apple patent, the preliminary ban should be removed, Samsung, aiming to find a silver lining in its devastating court loss to Apple, has asked a court to remove its previously ordered sales ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet..

This morning's jump pushed Apple's stock to a new intraday high around $676 per share. On the flip side, the stock of Android OS maker Google dipped about 1.3 percent in morning trading to around $669. Apple's iPhone 5 will likely be another beneficiary of the legal victory, some analysts say. The verdict serves as a warning not just to Samsung but to other smartphone makers, providing a boost for the next iPhone, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. "Apple's legal win against Samsung increases our confidence in iPhone 5 share gains over the next year, as many smartphone makers may need to re-consider software and design features in current or upcoming smartphones," Huberty wrote yesterday in a note to investors.

The iPhone's average market share rose around 2 percentage points over the last two years, according to the analyst, Morgan Stanley had been eyeing a small market share gain next year but now believes its estimate may be conservative in light of the verdict, And though Apple could certainly put $1 billion to good use, the money is relatively insignificant compared with the predicament now faced transluscent folio case for iphone 7 plus & iphone 6/6s plus by the company's rivals, "In our view, the bigger win for Apple is the competitive ramifications if other smartphone vendors experience lengthened product cycles and are forced to alter their software and hardware to ensure unique designs relative to Apple products," Huberty added..

Other analysts also expect the verdict to stimulate Apple's market share as rival companies change their plans for new devices. Michael Walkley from Canaccord Genuity sees an even "stronger competitive market position" for Apple as it prepares to launch the next iPhone and other products. "While a ban would likely increase Apple's leading smartphone share in the U.S. market, we believe this verdict could lead to Samsung also delaying near-term product launches as it attempts to design around Apple's patents," the analyst wrote in a note out today. "We also believe other Android OEMs, such as HTC, Sony, and LG, will review this patent verdict and potentially alter and delay planned Android smartphones and tablets."Other Android vendors are likely to be next on Apple's legal hit list. RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Sue expects Apple to now pursue cases against HTC, LG, and potentially other companies.