Psytar has filed a case in a Northern California district court appealing against a previous court’s verdict that it breached Apple’s copyright.
Last December the 16th, a judge slapped a permanent injunction on Psystar to permanently halt sales of unathorised Mac clones and from copying, selling, distributing or creating derivative works of Mac OS X without Apple’s authorisation.
But Psystar obviously isn’t taking this lying down. The judge in the case said that until Psystar appealed against his ruling, it risked further action for distributing the $50 Rebel EFI Hackingtosh patch.
Whatever happens, it’s not going to happen particularly fast.
• Three more class acts started against Apple and AT&T. The number is legion.