Qualcomm’s latest patent lawsuit against Apple has been dismissed by a German court on Tuesday, with the regional Mannheim court saying the patent in question was not violated by the installation of its chips in Apple’s smartphones, Reuters reported. The chipmaker argued the Intel-powered iPhones infringed on a transistor switch patent it holds, which the court found to be groundless in its initial decision. It is reported that Qualcomm will appeal the decision. More Apple Apple cuts Q1 revenue outlook The 5 takeaways you need to know Bad news for Apple will be good news for Apple buyers iPhone XR: Bad marketing or sneakily clever? Hey Apple: Forget AirPower. Get your accessories act together Five major challenges facing Apple in 2019 Apple’s biggest embarrassment of 2018 “Apple has a history of infringing our patents” Qualcomm’s executive vice president and general counsel Don Rosenberg said, according to Reuters.”While we disagree with the Mannheim court’s decision and will appeal, we will continue to enforce our (intellectual property) rights against Apple worldwide.” Read more: Apple cuts Q1 revenue outlook due to weak iPhone sales, Chinese market The patent lawsuit is one of many in the ongoing patent war between the two tech giants,… Read full this story
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