We all know very well that the use of cutting-edge technology risks breaking patents and ideas from other companies. The tech giant Apple is, as a rule, involved in such cases, in most cases on the complaining side. However, now the situation is different, yes, the tech giant Apple sued over the cameras inside iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus.
Apple Sued Over The Cameras Inside iPhone X & iPhone 8 Plus
The use of cutting-edge technology risks breaking patents and ideas from other companies. The tech giant Apple is, as a rule, involved in such cases, in most cases on the complaining side.
This time the scenario has reversed and it is the tech giant Apple that will sit in the dock for violating patents in the construction of the camera of iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus.
The two lenses that equip the camera of the iPhone X are not a novelty that the tech giant Apple has launched. Already other models of the company brought this concept and used this technology.
According to the court case, the tech giant Apple has used the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus technology that Corephotonics company has patented for the use of double lenses in a camera.
This is a case that has come to drag on a few years ago since the tech giant Apple launched the iPhone 7 Plus, where they debuted the two lenses in their equipment.
The new complaint from Corephotonics is based on new information. The company will have tried to get together with Apple in order to come together to develop this technology, thus avoiding confrontation in court.
According to Corephotonics, this meeting happened, but without the expected result, having Apple totally denied any partnership. With this response, Corephotonics only had to extend the process that was already happening to iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus, based on patent infringement.
The curious thing about this process is that Corephotonics only managed to assign this patent in January this year, long after the first lawsuit and the tech giant Apple launching its new models. This may be the argument of the Cupertino company to completely cancel this process.
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