Qualcomm posts $1.52 billion bond required to start the sales ban of older iPhone models in Germany

Back on December 20th, a court in Munich ruled that Apple had infringed on a Qualcomm patent and imposed an importation and sales ban in the country on the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 8. The court said that the chip designer’s patent for a  “Low-voltage power-efficient envelope tracker” was infringed by Apple supplier Qorvo. But before the sales ban could take effect in Germany, Qualcomm had to post a $1.52 billion bond.
Qualcomm posted the bond with the court today says Reuters, meaning that the ban can now begin. Apple says that it will remove older iPhone models …

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