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Apple stops selling iPhone 7 and 8 in Germany: Report



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Apple will stop selling iPhone 7 and 8 in Germany as it appeals to an order from the Munich district, CNBC reported.

Qualcomm shouted in a statement that the ban was used to include Apple's EU units, as well as Cupertino-based Apple Incorporated.

"Two respected courts in two different jurisdictions over the last two weeks have now confirmed the value of Qualcomm's patents and declared that Apple is a criminal and orders a ban on iPhone in the key markets in Germany and China," said Don Rosenberg, Executive Vice President and General Advisor, Qualcomm Incorporated.

However, CNBC reported that Apple said the devices would still be available through carriers and dealers, but not Apple's 1

5 stores in Germany.

Earlier this month Qualcomm won a similar injunction in China that applied to iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.

In Chinese case, the Qualcomm patent claims being violated, used to adjust and reform the size and appearance of photographs, and manage applications that use a touchscreen when watching, navigating and rejecting applications on their phones.

With regard to the German case, Qualcomm said that the current patent provides a way to reduce power consumption's power consumption. Intel and Qorvo gave the chips in the allegedly infringing devices, CNBC said.

Intel's Secretary General Steven Rodgers said that Qualcomm is involved in a campaign for litigation that will reduce innovation and increase prices if successful.

"Qualcomm's goal is not to maintain its intellectual property rights, but rather to compete out of the market for premium modem chips, and to defend a business model that ultimately harms consumers," said Rodgers.

Apple and Qualcomm started their legal stoush in January 2017 when Cupertino filed a suit claiming $ 1 billion in damages claiming Qualcomm's withdrawal of contract payments was due to Apple's cooperation with South Korean researchers.

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