Recently, we saw that how the giant chip manufacturer Qualcomm has accused the tech giant Apple of infringing its patents. However, now it seems that the war of patents that are on hand is something old, and this year, with the iPhone X, things are starting to get ugly.
OMG! Qualcomm Is Trying To Ban Apple’s iPhone X And iPhone 8
Recently, we saw that how the giant chip manufacturer Qualcomm has accused the tech giant Apple of infringing its patents. As it is well known, at the outset there are very strong questions of the trade forum that both companies in the bar of the courts.
If Qualcomm initially accused Apple of infringing its patents, even wanting to take this case to its ultimate consequences, now the saga reverses the position. In a new coup, Apple accuses Qualcomm of infringing its patents.
As the giant chip maker, Qualcomm and the tech giant Apple, despite being partners, do not get along too well as we already hinted. The Cupertino firm Apple needs some Qualcomm hardware, and Qualcomm is not going to say no to the good dollars from Steve’s firm, all in order. However, the war of patents that are on hand is something old, and this year, with the iPhone X, things are starting to get ugly.
Today, we will talk about how the fight between these two giants, whose relations seem to be about to end, as the tech giant Apple is already making its own modems with the help of Intel, not to depend on Qualcomm technology at all.
Qualcomm against Apple, a war that does not end
We all know that the people of Qualcomm are not saints and that their demands for monopoly are already a classic. However, the tech giant Apple is not far behind, and that seems to care little about the subject of patents. Well, as we have seen in the document of the lawsuit itself, Qualcomm has sued Apple, for inflicting up to 16 patents on its models, from iPhone 7 to iPhone X.
To give the reason to Qualcomm, the models of the iPhone cited above could not be sold in the United States, something that, obviously, the tech giant Apple will not allow. For more patents that have been infringed, money is money, and no commission would dare to prohibit the sale of such a globally relevant product.
We will see how these endless fights end between Apple and Qualcomm, which seem to be at the worst moment of their relationship. Among large companies, it is common to find this type of dispute, so only time will tell which of the two is right, and will have to pay the other the corresponding compensation.
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