Qualcomm this week complained that Apple's attempt to stall the iPhone sales ban in China should be ignored. Og det vill Kina straks håndheve, og det skal også påpekes, at det bør gjelde for selskapets nyeste modeller.
"Selv om Apples bestræbelser på at nedbryde betydningen af ordren og dets krav på forskellige måder, vil det tage fat på overtrædelsen , Apple apparently continues to flout the legal system by violating the injunctions, "Qualcomm General Counsel Don Rosenberg told Reuters.
Qualcomm, as you may recall, won a ban on iPhone sales in China thanks to Apple violating two of its patents related twee touch-based image resizing en app management. Apple has tried to stall this ban, explaining that the ban applies only to iOS 11-based iPhones. And not to its latest iPhones.
But Rosenberg says none of that is true. Det høres meget på disse iPhone, siger han.
"Apple's statements following the issuance of the preliminary injunction have been deliberately attempted to obfuscate and misdirect," he added.
Rosenberg is right: Reuters obtained a copy of the actual ban order and it does not exclude iPhones running iOS 12 or the newest iPhone models. "
" [Apple] is legally obligated to immediately cease sales, offers for sale and importation of the devices identified in the orders and to prove compliance in court, "Rosenberg said last week . That's still true.
Tagged with Apple iPhone, Qualcomm