Introduction: On January 19, due to the influence of Apple and Qualcomm's case, the German court recently asked Apple to stop using part of a press release because the press release statement was misleading and potentially deceptive. Sex.
On January 19, due to the influence of Apple and Qualcomm's case, the German court recently asked Apple to stop using part of a press release because the press release was misleading and potentially Deceptive.
Qualcomm won the iPhone's lock-up order in Germany last December. A press release from Apple said that all iPhones in Germany will still be sold through telephone companies and dealers. The German court held that Apple's release was misleading, as the December decision also required Apple to recall these products from dealers. The court held that Apple's press release was misleading and at least potentially deceptive in terms of the availability of goods.
It is reported that in December last year, the same court granted Qualcomm a ban on selling iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and X in Germany, which made the chip maker long with Apple. There is another weapon in the painful authorization battle. At a subsequent press conference, Apple said that although these phones will no longer be sold in their stores, German mobile phone companies and 4,300 dealers are still available.
The court ordered Apple to delete the passage containing information about the availability of these devices, and Apple was disappointed with the decision and planned to appeal.