Earlier this year, the iPad fell into a legal grey zone in China. A legal brouhaha meant that in some Chinese shops the iPad was yanked from shelves. The reason was that China already had an iPad, and it wasn’t Apple’s.
Today, a Shanghai court ruled that Apple can continue selling its iPads in the metropolis. The ruling rejected a Preview Shenzhen’s sales injunction request that was filed over an iPad trademark dispute. This latest ruling does not impact Apple on a nationwide basis. Previously, another local court in Shijiazhuang, ruled in Proview’s favour. Proview can…