Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Patent Infringement – Seeks Limited Ban on iPhone Imports

Qualcomm accuses Apple of Patent Infringement
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Qualcomm has filed complaints with both the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the Southern District of California against Apple alleging infringement of six of its patents in the iPhone.

The Qualcomm patents allegedly represent several key features of the iPhone including its performance, processing, and battery life.

If the ITC pursues an investigation into Apple’s iPhone and finds infringing technology, it could lead to the issuance of a Limited Exclusion Order, stopping Apple’s importation and sale of the pertinent iPhone products as infringing goods.

The patents Qualcomm argues are being infringed allegedly represent several key features of the iPhone including its performance and battery life.

Source: kpbs.org

 

Andrew Rapacke

Andrew Rapacke

Andrew Rapacke is a registered patent attorney and serves as Managing Partner at The Rapacke Law Group, a full service intellectual property law firm. If you would like to speak with Andrew Rapacke, click here to schedule your free consultation.

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