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Qualcomm has attempted to stem iPhone sales in Germany over a patent infringement grudge, but Apple may have found itself a way out.
And the trial has yet to officially start! The latest develpments in this case of many cases of growing animosity between the two companies favor Apple.
The Korean tech company is also looking for a refund on damages it had to pay on a design patent that was later ruled invalidated.
From what it sounds like, it seems like this verdict will be bring about a break in the court fighting between Apple and Samsung for now.
The Android-powered Xiaomi Mi Pad tablet family cannot be protected by EU trademark laws, as the brand closely resembles Apple's iPad.
Qualcomm accused Apple of violating its battery patents. Apple denied those claims and then came back with accusations of its own.
Spigen uses the registered term "Essential" to describe its value-level phone accessories. The patent office even blocked Essential Products' filings.
It's almost like Swatch wanted to enrage Apple, first with a "One more thing trademark", then by using a "Tick different" Bellamy ad motto.
One lawsuit between the two smartphone manufacturers has ended with the Chinese side taking a win. Others have yet to play themselves out.
Nokia and Apple are right back at it again after years of relative peace, bringing patent-related legal action against each other in US and Germany.
The chargers were sourced by Amazon and the e-marketplace fulfills orders. Reviews have reported these chargers to explode.