“Nokia has filed a third complaint, alleging that Apple’s infringing on several ‘implementation patents’ that covers everything from camera sensors to touchscreens,” Tricia Duryee reports for mocoNews.

“The complaint is the second one filed with the International Trade Commission,” Duryee reports. “In the filing with ITC last week, Nokia alleged that ‘Apple infringes Nokia patents in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, and computers.’ Previously, Nokia sued Apple in federal court, as well.”

Duryee reports, “In this complaint, Nokia asks the ITC to consider banning imports of Apple products, including the MacBook and iPhone.”

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