Tech & ScienceApple dismissed Qualcomm's tech in public, while praising it in private
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"We should also be able to date somebody else." In his rebuttal, Nelson denied the claim, saying the lawsuit "doesn't have anything to do with that." Apple brought on Intel as a second supplier two years ago for some models of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Since then, Intel has replaced Qualcomm in iPhones altogether. 4. The big show is next month As court cases go, this one isn't the be-all and end-all for either company. The big showdown is next month, when Apple and Qualcomm meet in San Diego to fight over Qualcomm's licenses.
Apple publicly dismissed Qualcomm's technology during a two-year legal battle even though it had privately praised the chipmaker's products, according to a Washington Post story that.
Executives at the iPhone maker called Qualcomm's engineering "the best" in one memo, while another memo said the chipmaker had a "unique patent share," according to the report.
The sealed documents were obtained by Qualcomm during the discovery phase of a trial that ended inon Tuesday, a day after it had started. The settlement in China, Germany and other countries, in addition to the US.
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Apple and its manufacturing partners had argued that Qualcomm's royalty fees, which Qualcomm based on a customer's entire device, were too high and that they should pay only for the company's modem chips. Qualcomm argued that its technology enables many other elements of the phone, such as GPS and multimedia, and that Qualcomm deserved compensation for those breakthroughs.
Apple had purchased Qualcomm modems for its iPhones for years until the falling out. One 2009 memo said Qualcomm is "widely considered the owner of the strongest patent portfolio for essential and relevant patents for wireless standards," according to the Post. An Apple hardware executive wrote, "Engineering wise, they have been the best."
An Apple representative said the company is willing to pay fair prices for the technology it uses in its products. Qualcomm didn't respond to a request for comment.
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