The court must consider the public’s interest before granting an injunction.
[T]he public often benefits from healthy competition. However, the public generally does not benefit when that competition comes at the expense of a patentee's investment-backed property right. To conclude otherwise would suggest that this factor weighs against an injunction in every case, when the opposite is generally true.
— Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., 809 F. 3d 633, 647 (Fed. Cir. 2015).