Samsung are attempting to get the iPhone 4S banned, as the battle between themselves and Apple continues to rage.
Just hours after Apple's new phone was unveiled to the world, Samsung were seeking to injunctions in France and Italy to stop it going on sale, the Financial Times reports.
The Korean giants have accused Apple of infringing its patents for wireless technology in 3G handsets.
Samsung issued a statement which read: "Apple has continued to flagrantly violate our intellectual property rights and free ride on our technology, and we will steadfastly protect our intellectual property. Samsung plans to file preliminary injunctions in other countries after further review."
In addition to these latest injunctions, Samsung have also sought to get the product, as well as the iPad 2, banned in the Netherlands.
The iPhone 4S will be available for pre-order from October 7, with the handset being released on October 14.
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