A Mannheim court tossed out Qualcomm's patent suit against Apple, but the chipmaker still has an iPhone sales ban in effect.
The ban is covering more than the 15 Apple Stores in the country — it will also affect sales of the iPhone 7 and 8 at more than 4,000 resellers.
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.
There could be more interesting features in future iPhone models or at least that's what we find in the latest batch of patents from Apple
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.
This is what we could've gotten from Apple is they had finally decided to give us Face ID, and Touch ID, plus a possible Apple Watch with Face ID might come
Apple is scrambling to update iPhones in China to avoid utilizing Qualcomm patents, but wants to fight off settlement and avoid "unrecoverable losses."
The chipmaker won a preliminary injunction against iPhones released in the past 3 years, but it also wants to wrap in the latest ones with the bans, too.
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.
Apple is really behind on its royalty payments to Qualcomm, a lawyer for the chipmaker said in court.
A recent USPTO patent filing could reveal details about a possible Galaxy S10 notch, but with a twist. Check out the details!
Qualcomm is very insistent that it can get back to an amicable relationship with Apple as a supplier. But can it with mountains of lawsuits stacked?
We could see a new Apple Watch with always-on screen displays according to some information that has been found on a Patently Apple link
Apple has found a way to introduce fingerprint sensors in the display of their iPhone models, maybe in a not so distant future
Qualcomm is adventurous in its research and development, but it's in a chronically unhealthy business position. Without competition, there's no innovation.
Patent art on a recently published foldable phone concept from LG shows a hinge system with pen tip-like skaters and positioning chambers.
Three phones with up to three cameras versus one phone with five cameras? Also, is Apple flittering off like a butterfly on its MacBook keyboard?
A 7-year-long lawsuit has finally been settled between two technology giants. How did it take so long? And how much money will finally change hands?
Remember resistive touch displays where the processor had to work out what pinches were? Perhaps Apple may be aiming for the same... or make it better.
There's plenty of legal action between Apple and Qualcomm over many topics, but does one owe the other $4.5 billion in royalties?
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.