By Marcus Leach
Samsung, in a bid to appease Apple, have offered to remove several features from their Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.
The move comes as Samsung looks to overturn a court-imposed ban in Australia, after Apple claimed the Galaxy tablet breached many of their iPad patents.
Samsung are keen to settle all disputes with Apple as they look to be able to sell their own tablets worldwide.
However, Apple said they will take their time in deciding if Samsung's proposals are merit worthy. This means the dispute between the two companies might not be settled outside of court.
Apple's initial claim suggested that Samsung breached thirteen of their patents. However, Samsung has progressively taken out or altered functions to avoid infringing Apple's intellectual property. Now the dispute centres around only three patents.
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