A couple of days ago I’d written articles on these pages about how exactly Qualcomm is digging itself right into a much deeper hole in the legal fight against Apple and they could be much better off not digging any much deeper.
Apple can also be searching for that Courts to rule in the favor concerning the issue of having to pay Qualcomm a charge with different number of iPhone and iPad revenues since Qualcomm technology covers a little part of what adopts individuals devices.
No double dipping, I suppose. Is sensible in my experience.
Apple further mentioned within the filing that Qualcomm really wants to always keep legal rights more than a product despite selling it, that was exactly the same issue associated with Lexmark and printer retailers, that the Top Court struck lower by stating that Lexmark’s legal rights ended after they offered the cartridges.
Today, based on a court filing, Apple has walked in the legal fight against Qualcomm by having an argument that claims that roughly 12 of Qualcomm’s patents were invalid given that they conflict with old and existing patents which others were irrelevant (not needed any longer) for cellular communications.