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Banned iPhone models back in German stores

Apple | Feb 21, 2019 | Master3395

Has changed one thing.

Apple experienced a major defeat when the German authorities stated that the company's iPhone 7 and 8 models would be banned from selling in another.

They have replaced this
Now, almost two months after the decision fell, Apple confirms that they will again start selling the older iPhone models in German stores. However, there is a significant change in these models.

The Intel processor will be replaced with a Qualcomm processor. This is in line with the court's decision.

Think Apple has abused patents
Qualcomm sued Apple for the abuse of a patent on power-saving battery technology in older iPhone models. It is not Intel that has abused the Qualcomm patent, but Qorovo Inc. only exists in older iPhone models with the Intel chips.

Intel chip belly began in 2016, having broken a longstanding relationship with Qualcomm.

Keywords: Apple, intel, iphone, qualcomm

Sources: 9to5Mac

Author: Master3395

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