• Qualcomm asks China to stop manufacturing and selling iPhones

    3 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    In the latest chapter of Qualcomm and Apple's ongoing legal tussle, the chipset manufacturer has filed patent lawsuits in China that aim to ban the manufacturing and sale of iPhones in the country. The suits were filed in a Beijing intellectual property court claiming patent infringement, a Qualcomm spokesperson told Bloomberg, adding: “Apple employs technologies invented by Qualcomm without paying for them.” The ongoing dispute between Apple and Qualcomm rests on patent licensing. The chipset manufacturer owns patents on a broad variety of technologies that are necessary to the creation...
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  • Qualcomm files lawsuits in China to ban iPhones: Bloomberg

    Qualcomm files lawsuits in China to ban iPhones: Bloomberg

    3 days ago - By Reuters

    Qualcomm Inc filed lawsuits in China, seeking to halt the manufacture and sale of Apple Inc's iPhones in the country, Bloomberg reported on Friday.
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  • Qualcomm files lawsuit in China to stop production of iPhones

    3 days ago - By Engadget

    Qualcomm filed suit in China requesting a ban on the creation and sale of iPhones in the country, Bloomberg reported. It's the latest in the bitter legal feud between the tech titans, which recently got the US trade commission to start looking into t...
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  • AT&T's sales numbers for the quarter suggest iPhone 8 sales are not beating any records

    AT&T's sales numbers for the quarter suggest iPhone 8 sales are not beating any records

    3 days ago - By Phone Arena

    AT&T has reported slower sales and 900,000 fewer smartphone upgrades for the past quarter, which includes more than a week of iPhone availability.
    Historically, iPhone sales are strongest in the first days of availability and in the Holiday quarter, so this is clearly a troubling sign. While AT&T does not break down unit sales by model, the iPhone has been the dominant phone on all US carriers in the past few years, so this clearly has a lot to do with lower demand for the iPhone 8.
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