Apple and Qualcomm have agreed to end all litigation between the companies, reported the press service of Apple.
“Qualcomm and Apple today announced the agreement to end all litigation between the two companies. The agreement involves the payment of compensation to Qualcomm from Apple. The company also entered into a license agreement for a period of six years which shall take effect April 1, and may be extended for another two years”, — stated in a press release.
In December last year, the court banned the sale in China iPhone models 6, 7, 8, and iPhone H. the Court “ordered Apple to immediately stop the infringement of two patents of the company,” said a statement from Qualcomm.
In October 2017, Qualcomm filed against Apple more than ten claims for patent infringement in China, said in a statement. In the summer of that same year, Qualcomm has sent in Federal Commission on international trade of the USA the requirement to prohibit the sale of some iPhones and iPads in the United States, which use Intel chips, Reuters reported.
In the same year, the Federal trade Commission, the United States filed suit against Qualcomm over alleged use of anti-competitive tactics, according to which the company imposed on the manufacturers of complex licensing and sales of chips.
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