Now Qualcomm files new patent infringement complaints against Apple

Now Qualcomm files new patent infringement complaints against Apple

Now Qualcomm files new patent infringement complaints against Apple

Apple alleged that "at least" the common Snapdragon 800 and 820 processors infringe these patents. Apple denied the claims and alleged that Qualcomm's patents were invalid.

Qualcomm then countersued Apple in the summer for infringing on its battery saving patents.

Apple filed a new countersuit against Qualcomm, targeting the Snapdragon chips that power some of the most important iPhone rivals out there.

The Apple patents involve ensuring each part of a phone's processor draws only the minimum power needed, turning off parts of the processor when they are not needed and making sleep and wake functions work better.

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Bloomberg reported today that the European Union - one of the several fronts in the war between Apple and Qualcomm - is considering a set of guidelines that would govern how companies should determine fees and how they could avoid protracted battles over the value of patents. Companies like Apple have this routine of filing and receiving technology patents but that is only there is to it.

According to a Reuters report, Apple's filing states that "Apple began seeking those patents years before Qualcomm began seeking the patents it asserts against Apple in this case".

The company's request to the International Trade Commission could get iPhones like the ones with Intel chips blocked from being sold in the U.S. In a statement to the ITC, Apple said it wouldn't raise iPhone prices because of lower supply and high demand. Samsung and Google have not been named in the counterclaims. Now, during Thanksgiving, this might have been confirmed after the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple relating to a possible foldable iPhone model.

Separately, Qualcomm is facing a lawsuit from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over numerous same pricing practices Apple names in its complaints.

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