Apple is looking to file a primary injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smart phone, citing four primary patents the company is said to have used without Apple’s content. The four patents are “data tapping,” a patent related to Siri’s search functionality, the famed slide-to-unlock patent and the auto-reccomend patent. These are relatively new patents, which is why we haven’t seen them cited by injunctions before. Targeting the Galaxy Nexus is a bold move for Apple to make: this handset is Google’s flagship Android 4.0 (“Ice Cream Sandwich”) smart phone; if the company wins the injunction and sales of the handset are banned or postponed, Apple will undoubtedly have struck a major blow to its arch-rival. We’ll keep you updated on the status of this story – for more information, visit FOSS Patents.