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Qualcomm says Apple violates Chinese court order, despite new software



(Reuters) – Qualcomm Inc said the Apple Inc. remains in violation of a Chinese court's order to stop selling iPhones.

FILE PHOTO: An attendee uses a new iPhone X during a presentation for the media in Beijing, China. October 31, 2017. REUTERS / Thomas Peter / File Photo

Qualcomm on Dec. Apple said that the court had violated two Qualcomm software patents. The same day, Apple said.

But on Dec. 1

4, Apple said it would push a software update to its iPhones this week. The Cupertino, California-based company said it was in compliance with the court's orders that it would update its software.

The update was pushed on Monday, Apple confirmed to Reuters.

"Despite Apple's efforts to downplay the infringement, Apple apparently continues to flout the legal system by violating the injunctions," Don Rosenberg, Qualcomm's general counsel, told Reuters in a statement on Monday.

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Several media outlets, including CNBC, have reported that they are using the court's orders and focused only on software features.

"Apple's statements following the issuance of the preliminary injunction have been deliberate attempts to obscure and misdirect," Qualcomm's Rosenberg said in a statement on Monday.

Qualcomm believes Apple is still in violation of the court's orders because Apple continues to do so.

"They are legally obligated to immediately cease sales, offer for sale and import the devices identified in the order and to prove compliance in court," Rosenberg told Reuters in Dec. 14 in a statement.

Asked by Reuters about Qualcomm's statements, Apple reiterated its earlier statements that it is in compliance with the court order.

Reporting by Stephen Nellis; Editing by Greg Mitchell and Lisa Shumaker

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