Following last week’s legal win streak, Qualcomm has scored another point over Apple in the ongoing legal battle between the two. German courts have ordered a ban on the sale of iPhones with chips from Apple supplier Qorvo Inc.
Oddly enough, Qorvo was not allowed to testify at the German hearing. Mike Baker, the company’s Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, said that “the court would have come to a different conclusion if it had considered all the evidence.”
This legal victory comes after another case against Apple in China. Which resulted in the banning of older iPhones from being sold in the country. That said, a legal loophole still allowed some affected phones to be sold so long as they are updated to iOS 12.