Psystar granted court deadline extension again

Summary:Mac clone vendor Psystar has once again failed to meet a court deadline to formally respond to Apple's claim that the company violates Apple's copyright.

Mac clone vendor Psystar has once again failed to meet a court deadline been granted an extension by the court to formally respond to Apple's claim that the company violates Apple's copyright.

Psystar had until Monday to file a response with the U.S. District Court for Northern California but it appears that an extension has been granted and the company has now until August 28th to file a response.

No conclusions can be draw as to the reason behind the second extension.

Background here, here, here, and here.

Topics: Hardware, Apple

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