Apple may infringe Qualcomm 's patents, but the International Trade Commission said on Friday that it should not ban iPhone sales.
At the end of 2017, Qualcomm called on ITC to prevent the iPhone equipped with Intel 's 4G processor from being sold for patent infringement claims. Judge Thomas Pender admitted that Apple infringed Qualcomm's patent on energy management, but said he did not abandon the other two patents in the final judgment of the website. ITC Web.
"It is recommended that legal factors of public interest contradict the issuance of limited exclusion orders for products that have been certified as violating patents claimed in this study," Pender said of Apple or Qualcomm It states without giving a name.