China forces Apple to stop selling iPhones after they infringed two Qualcomm patents

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A Chinese court ordered Apple to stop selling iPhone models after the company infringed two Qualcomm patents.

According to Qualcomm those patents were related to “photo editing and swiping on a touch-screen device.”

This import and sales ban will affect older iPhone models, such as 6s, 6s Plus and X, even though we can still see some 7th or 8th generation models are still on Chinese Apple’s website, as well as the newest ones, XS, XS Max and XR.

Today, Apple shares fell around 2,5% and Qualcomm shares went up by another 2,5% approximately. Apple shares are right now the same price they had last year.

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