7:28PM Friday 18 January
Apple has been ordered to stop using a part of a recent press release that claimed the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 would still be available in Germany through carriers and resellers, reports Bloomberg. Read More »
35 Days Ago Yesterday Apple was ordered by a German Court to immediately stop using part of a press release that claims all iPhones would still be available in Germany through phone companies and resellers which isn't true.
34 Days Ago As part of its ongoing legal battles with Qualcomm, Apple was last month banned from selling the iPhone 7 and 8 in Germany. Despite this, the company issued a press release stating that the handsets would remain available through thousands of resellers.
34 Days Ago Back in December, the German court ruled in favor of Qualcomm and moved to ban sales of those affected iPhone including the iPhone 7 and 8 models due to an ongoing patent dispute with Qualcomm.
35 Days Ago A German court on Friday granted Qualcomm a preliminary injunction against part of an Apple press statement, which claimed that all iPhones would remain available through third parties despite a December ban.
38 Days Ago A German court on Tuesday threw out a new patent lawsuit filed by Qualcomm, which the U.S. company claimed was violated by the use of its chips in Apple's iPhones (via Reuters).
35 Days Ago Apple and Qualcomm are embroiled in a bitter legal battle over licensing and royalty fees that's lasted for two years now and has led to the breakdown of the relationship between the two companies, but there may have been other factors in the breakup.
37 Days Ago A Mannheim court tossed out Qualcomm's patent suit against Apple, but the chipmaker still has an iPhone sales ban in effect. The post German court tosses Qualcomm suit against Apple, iPhone ban continues appeared first on Pocketnow.