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Qualcomm responds to Apple dispute

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One of many Qualcomm buildings is shown in San Diego, California, U.S. on November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Earlier this week, a Chinese court granted semiconductor manufacturer Qualcomm an injunction against Apple which would force the company to cease sales of several older iPhone models (6S to the X).

However, Apple explained a software update it pushed resolved the issue. But it seems Qualcomm is not ready to give up the fight yet.

Qualcomm claims Apple remains in violation of the court’s orders. It won a preliminary court order in China banning Apple from selling models that violated two Qualcomm patents.

Fortunately, the ban will not hinder Apple’s worldwide sales and interest in Cupertino’s newest devices remains strong. Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max remains popular among Cambodian consumers who say they value the large screen size and premium design.

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