Ponedeljak, April 15, 2019

The global chip-maker had filed a new patent

It was followed by Intels standalone declaration supporting Apple. Apple first began sourcing Intel modems with the iPhone 7 model last year. Qualcomm is pleased with the ITCs decision to investigate Apples unfair trade practices and the unauthorised importation of products using Qualcomms patents, the report quoted Don Rosenberg, General Counsel, Qualcomm, as saying. We look forward to the ITCs expeditious investigation of Apples ongoing infringement of our intellectual property and the accelerated relief that the Commission can provide, Rosenberg added.Apple began using Intel cellular modems for some versions of the iPhone 7 launched last year, with the remaining supplied by Qualcomm.The trade agency said it will make a determination at the earliest practicable time. More specifically, the chip-maker seeks an exclusion order that applies only to handsets that implement wireless modems made by Intel.IANSqd/amit/vtPost Source: Ians feed.The Computer and Auto spare parts Manufacturers Communications Industry Association, which represents several tech companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon, lodged a formal letter with the ITC in July that Qualcomms proposed import ban on foreign-assembled iPhones using Intel chips would cause significant shocks to supply for the wider smartphone market.Apple responded to Qualcomms claims of six infringements and demand for ban on foreign-made Apple devices, saying the company had tried to negotiate before suing and that Qualcomm is abusing its position.

The global chip-maker had filed a new patent infringement lawsuit against Apple a few months back and now expects an out of court settlement with the Cupertino-based iPhone maker.According to a report in Forbes on Tuesday, Qualcomm asked the ITC to stop further sales of iPhones equipped with cellular baseband modem processors made by rival chip-producer Intel.San Francisco, Aug 9 (IANS) To find a solution to the protracted legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) will start an investigation into the chip-makers claims that Apple violated its patents in devices like the iPhone 7.

The mobile-phone chip-maker claimed that Apple violated potentially six of its patents in how it uses the Intel modems. The declaration asserted that Qualcomm maintained a monopoly over the chip market through anticompetitive practices.Stating that its third quarter results were negatively impacted by Apples contract manufacturers not paying royalties, chip giant Qualcomm reported its revenue declined 11 per cent over the previous year.Qualcomm had lodged a complaint with the ITC requesting ban on import and domestic sales of iPhone and iPad models produced outside of the US.

Apple continues to reassert claims it made in its lawsuit against Qualcomm, saying the chipmaker supplies Apple with a single connectivity component, but for years has been demanding a percentage of the total cost of our products effectively taxing Apples innovation

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