In July, when Apple was found guilty of fixing eBook prices, the company released a statement maintaining that it was innocent of any antitrust violations. Apple was later hit with an injunction that forbade the company from entering into certain agreements with major U.S. publishers and that required Apple to be monitored to prevent the company from violating any other laws. In Apple’s response to the verdict, the company said that it would “appeal the judge’s decision,” and GigaOM reports that Apple has filed its appeal on Thursday. According to GigaOM, Apple will not have to submit its formal arguments until next year.