In addition, Apple's filing claimed that two of those five patents -- Siri-related patents '604 and '959, which cover a "universal interface for retrieval of information in a computer system" are infringed upon by the Google Now search app.
These two are among the five that the Galaxy S4 allegedly infringes upon. The other three patents are:
- '414, which covers "asynchronous data synchronization amongst devices."
- '502, which covers a "graphical user interface using historical lists with field classes."
- '647, which covers a "system and method for performing an action on a structure in computer-generated data" (often dubbed the "data tapping" patent.
There will be a hearing to discuss Apple's newly filed motion on June 25 in San Jose. The lawsuit, which covers newer devices that were not a part of Apple's original lawsuit -- won handily by Apple in August of last year -- is expected to go to trial in March of 2014.