Qualcomm withheld evidence in Munich court that allowed the ITC to rule in Apple’s favor

Back in September, an International Trade Commission judge in the U.S. ruled that out of three patents Qualcomm alleged that Apple used without a license, only one was infringed on by the iPhone manufacturer. At the same time, Judge Thomas Pender said that imposing an importation and sales ban on the iPhone in the U.S. would be against the public interest and would negatively impact competition in the modem chip market.
Yesterday, according to Foss Patents, the Munich I Regional Court banned Apple from selling iPhone models in Germany sporting Intel modem chips up …

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