Apple lawyers and the three Mac sites the company is suing will have to wait until next week for a final decision in the trade secrets case. “Apple is seeking the right to subpoena the e-mail providers of three Mac-focused sites that published information documenting details of future Apple products. The company says that information was stolen, and is seeking legal action against employees who leaked the data. But it says it needs the Web sites’ sources in order to identify the employees. A California state judge issued a tentative ruling late Thursday that would give Apple the go-ahead to pursue that information from the Web sites’ Internet service provider, but the judge did not issue a final decision at Friday’s hearing…Judge James Kleinberg said he would consider both sides’ arguments and rule as soon as possible. Attorneys said they expected a ruling by early next week.”