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Apple Files $190 Million Damages Lawsuit Against Qualcomm in China

In a lawsuit filed against its chip supplier in Beijing, Apple alleges that Qualcomm abused its clout in the chip industry and is seeking CAD $145 million in damages, reports Reuters, citing Beijing's Intellectual Property Court. A second lawsuit, also filed by Apple against the same chip supplier, alleges that Qualcomm has failed to live up...

Apple Argues iPhone 6 Sales Ban in China was Unreasonable

Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus do not violate any design patent of a Chinese smartphone, and Chinese authorities should allow the sale of the product, the company argued on Wednesday in front of a Beijing court, China Daily reports. Six months ago, the Beijing Intellectual Property Office halted sales of the hot-selling iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, due...

Apple Ordered to Halt iPhone 6 Sales in Beijing Over Patent Infringement

The Beijing Intellectual Property Office has ordered Apple to stop selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in Beijing, because the handsets violate the design patents of a Chinese company, reports the Beijing Morning Post (via Engadget). The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has a handset called 100C marketed under the 100+ brand and a patent, ZL201430009113.9, which protects...