It’s been a couple of days since the court in China has banned the sale of old iPhones. It is a case that is a part of the global dispute between both the Apple and Qualcomm. In China, Qualcomm has accused Apple that their old iPhones use some software animations or attributes what infringe on their patents. In order to overcome this scenario in China, the Cupertino giant is now set to push a fresh improve to old iPhones starting soon next week.
In order deliver it compliant with court’s order, iPhones will be having some overhaul in the design and functioning of few apps. In a declaration to Reuters, Apple said, “to address any possible concern When it comes our compliance with the order”, they will provide an update to all the infringed products.
In detail, a Chinese court has ordered Apple to ban sales of some Apple iPhones what are violating the two Qualcomm patents. The skin could be considered as a part of the global dispute between both the companies. There are more than a dozen lawsuits about the globe that both the companies are meddling with each other. Particularly, Qualcomm argued that Apple infringed patents on attributes related to resizing pics and managing apps on a touchscreen.
Well, whatever the thing is, the new order from the court has the potential to disrupt Apple’s business in China. In response, Apple is saying that “Based on the iPhone models we suggests Presently in China, we believe we are in compliance,” and “Early upcoming week we will deliver a software update for iPhone users in China addressing the minor functionality of the 2 patents at issue in the case.”
Despite the efforts from the Qualcomm, Apple has once more filed a request to reconsider the order in the court. Now, all the models of the iPhone are out there in China. Well, Apple has prepared to eliminate the infringed options from the iPhones by advertising an update.