With QualcommITC appeal beforeIn contrast, the new ITC case clearly focused on those using the Intel wireless chipsetiPhone. Obviously, Qualcomm determined to hit Apple's pain. Apple declined to comment.
However, through these tip-to-horse lawsuits, both companies are apparently trying to force each other to make the first concession. Qualcomm specifically targeted Apple's earlier lawsuit, claiming that Qualcomm licensing fees were too high, and it may use the threat of barring sales of cutting-edge iphone as a powerful bargaining chip.
Even though litigation and ITC complaints can take a long time to get results (ITC usually make rulings more quickly), there are good opportunities for Qualcomm, as the ban on iPhone 8 and iPhone X will actually hurt Apple and Forced to return to the negotiating table.
Apple may not yield, in addition to suing Qualcomm infringement lawsuit, it also supports the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Qualcomm suspected of antitrust investigation.