It has been all over the news for the last six months – Apple's lower than expected iPhone sales are reported as being a big problem for the company. But is it really true?
Chip manufacturer Qualcomm and Apple have announced an end to all litigation between the two companies, in a surprising development on a day which was expected to mark the beginning of a long and brutal fight over Qualcomm's patent-licensing practices.
A court battle between chip maker Qualcomm and Apple will begin in San Diego on Monday, with the Cupertino giant accusing its one-time supplier of engaging in patent licensing practices that amounted to double-dipping.
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