As the trial between the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and Qualcomm begins, two Chinese companies are the star witnesses.
There is a new iOS 12.1.3 developers beta version now available for download, and it supposed to solve some of the issues we have seen before
Qualcomm recently claimed, in its defense, that Samsung and Huawei are supplying the majority of their modem chips in smartphones.
One analyst from Rosenblatt believes that Apple could scrap 4 million iPhones' worth of orders to its suppliers because of controversy around Huawei.
The ban affects iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models, though Qualcomm vows it will pursue injunctions on the XS, XS Max and XR models, too.
Apple and Qualcomm are still going at it in China, even after the new iOS 12.1.2 software update has arrived in all iPhones
Apple's contracted iPhone manufacturers are ready to face off with the chipmaker and perhaps rake up to $27 billion in damages if arguments go their way.
Apple is scrambling to update iPhones in China to avoid utilizing Qualcomm patents, but wants to fight off settlement and avoid "unrecoverable losses."
The cellular industry contributies billions of dollars in taxes to California coffers for lifeline connectivity programs, but that money pile has shrunken.
Apple has a problem in their hands as a court decision has banned many iPhone models from being imported or sold in China
It denies the notion that it is a security threat to European Union member governments and is working on fixing its labs in the United Kingdom.
A spat on patents and royalties between the chipmaker and iPhone giant may or may not be resolved in Qualcomm's favor. But an end is an end.
Apple has been going after Qualcomm on several intellectual property causes and, ultimately, money. And it will do so in court.
A preliminary U.S. Federal Judge ruling requires Qualcomm to license its patents and technology to rival companies, such as Intel.
The Play Protect security software on Android phones is said to have systematically targeted installations of third-party competitor Aptoide.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
While acknowledging that Apple is infringing on a Qualcomm patent, a U.S. ITC judge denied the request for an iPhone import ban.
Finnish company MPH Technologies got Apple sued over patent infringement. iMessage and FaceTime are infringing its patents.
After antitrust claims against it, Qualcomm is turning the table against Apple for intellectual property theft to drive down modem costs for the iPhone.
OnePlus got itself a lawsuit both in the United States and the European Union over Dash Charge, specifically the name of the feature.
The commission's staff has found that Apple has not violated Qualcomm's patents and that the chipmaker's request would harm competition.
The European Commission granted its approval for the Apple-Shazam deal, after concluding its in-depth investigation into the matter.
Huawei is looking for allies in its quest to regain access to the US market. The company requested an FTC hearing to argue its case.