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Qualcomm, the chi maker that was hit by a barrage of lawsuits by Apple earlier this year, has filed a counter suit against the iPhone maker.
In the lawsuit filed in the Southern District of California, the chip maker alleged that Apple interfered with long-term agreements and misused its power to pay less for a patent license.
The lawsuit states five key complaints, including the allegation that the iPhone maker knowingly did not use the full potential of its chips in iPhone 7 so that they could not perform better than the Intel modems.
The chip maker alleged, “Apple chose not to utilize certain high-performance features of the Qualcomm chipsets for the iPhone 7 (preventing consumers from enjoying the full extent of Qualcomm’s innovation).”
Qualcomm also alleged that the Cupertino-based tech giant falsely claimed that it made ‘no discernible’ difference between the aforementioned two variants.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm in January 2017, and sought $1 billion from the chip manufacturer, arguing that the chip maker had been overcharging for the use of its patents.
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