Apple infringed on Qualcomm patents, issues sales ban

The court issued a sales ban on said models until Apple is able to reverse the decision. However third-party retailers can still sell the violating iPhones.

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Qualcomm won another legal battle against Apple, this time in Germany. According to a German court iPhone 7 and 8 models with Intel modems infringe on one Qualcomm patent.

The court issued a sales ban on said models until Apple is able to reverse the decision. However third-party retailers can still sell the violating iPhones.



According to a statement from Apple the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR don't infringe on Qualcomm's patent and will remain on shelves.

Meanwhile Qualcomm has been having success in banning iPhone X, 8 and older models in Chinaover a different patent issue. The chip maker is aiming to disrupt iPhone XS and XR sales in China as well.

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Qualcomm won another legal battle against Apple, this time in Germany. According to a German court iPhone 7 and 8 models with Intel modems infringe on one Qualcomm patent.

The court issued a sales ban on said models until Apple is able to reverse the decision. However third-party retailers can still sell the violating iPhones.



According to a statement from Apple the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR don't infringe on Qualcomm's patent and will remain on shelves.

Meanwhile Qualcomm has been having success in banning iPhone X, 8 and older models in Chinaover a different patent issue. The chip maker is aiming to disrupt iPhone XS and XR sales in China as well.

Source

FACEBOOKTWITTER

RELATED



Qualcomm CEO says company is close to a resolving legal issues with Apple



Qualcomm aims to ban iPhone XS and iPhone XR in China too



Qualcomm: iPhone ban in China not tied to OS version, takes effect immediately



China bans local sales of iPhone X, 8 and older for violating two Qualcomm patents

HOMENEWSREVIEWSALL PHONES

© 2000-2019 GSMArena.com

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